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Hi i am 19 year old.i have friction burn on my penis because i masturbated with a cloth so now how i can reduce the redness of skin?Give me easy tips.

Hi i am 19 year old.i have friction burn on my penis because i masturbated with a cloth so now how i can reduce the redness of skin?Give me easy tips.

AintNothinLikeThReal: Read "Portnoy's Complaint" by Philip Roth. And don't worry, that skin heals fast if you don't irritate it again. Use a mild soap and put a thin layer of any antibiotic ointment on it (just don't be tempted to use that ointment for anything else, at least for a while!). Then think of switching to a chamois cloth--or waiting for a real vagina. ...Read more

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Red rash around my vagina. No bumps, no specific sores, no blisters, no itchiness, just redness and a burn like feeling when there is friction.

Red rash around my vagina. No bumps, no specific sores, no blisters, no itchiness, just redness and a burn like feeling when there is friction.

Friction/Moisture: This condition may represent excessive external moisture or clothing friction. See your gynecologist or dermatologist for a detailed history and examination. ...Read more

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I have a bunion on my left foot skin has some redness and inflammation not painful. but sore when shoe is on causing friction. any suggestions?

Bunions: Bunions are a deformity that is caused when the big toe drifts towards the lesser toes, creating a painful bump on the inside of your foot. Unlike most conditions of the foot and ankle, bunions have limited options for conservative treatment. Shoe changes, padding, and anti-inflammatory medications are ways to temporarily manage the pain associated with bunions. ...Read more

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I got a red friction mark on my cheek it's healed about 90% will the pinkness disappear completely!? I'm very upset!

I got a red friction mark on my cheek it's healed about 90% will the pinkness disappear completely!? I'm very upset!

Depends...: It all depends on what caused it, how long it has been going on, how deep and your type of skin. If it has healed that much we should expect to completely fade away but we cannot tell unless we have a full knowledge of what it is. If it doesn't go away then you should visit your doctor or Dermatologist( skin doctor). ...Read more