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Question: Swellings on shaft.
|anonymous:) - Fri Sep 02, 2005 10:24 pm||
About once a year I find myself with a large swelling that looks like a pimple but is much too large it seems. I''ve looked at pictures of hepres virus but this doens't look like it has the same pattern. I'm left wondering whether this is the result of my mild pre-existing acne problem or some kind of disease. They occur about once a year and I already have one small scar left behind from my last one. The skin turns extremly red and is sore to touch. I don't get pimple's this big ever really, though I've had (smaller) one's on my chest and back.
They seem to always occur more or less on the very same spot on my shaft.
Thank-you very much for your help dealing with this less the pleasent problem.
|mrmrswilliams - Thu Sep 29, 2005 1:00 am||
hi im 21 yrs old the other day my wife and i had sex the next day i noticed my penis was a little sore, i felt around and noticed a small bump more like a thick vain not visible on the outside of my skin, there is no discoloration what-so-ever, nor has this ever happened before i have no problems obtaining or sustaining an erection, no problems urinating, or anything like that i am really worried can someone please help me out, thanks for your time. :(
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