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Unknown Penis Situation

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  • Posted By: dynamite
  • November 10, 2007
  • 07:46 AM

i have little bumps running up the back of penis. they diminish as they reach the head of the penis. also, the line going up the back of my penis is about 8mm wide at the bottom and is a light brown colour. and the bottom of the head of penis is a dark to light purple. can you please clarify if these things are bad and what i should do to fix this. oh and under the head of my penis is a white/off-white substance that comes back after i wash it off with my hands in the bath. i don't think it's semen as it appears even when i don't ejaculate for a while. it has quite a strong smell. please help, i've had this problem for a while. it's usually in small little balls. i think it may have something to do with the skin on the head of my penis, because it looks a bit broken in some places, but i'm not entirely sure :(

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  • Dear Dynamite,You need to see a doctor. you could have a sexually transmitted disease (STD). If this is the case, the sooner you get treatment, the better since it may be curable.Penicillin may be required to treat your condition, so it is very important to tell the doctor if you have ever had an allergic reaction to penicillin - or if you have never been treated with it before.In the meantime, DO NOT have any sexual contact with anyone, and be prepared to inform your previous partners, if you are diagnosed with an STD, so they can be treated as well. This may be embarrasing, but it is very important.Good luck.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • November 10, 2007
    • 02:20 PM
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  • this is a puzzling situation. I have never had sexual intercourse in my life, so I don't think it's an STD :confused:
    dynamite 1 Replies
    • November 14, 2007
    • 01:30 AM
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  • this is a puzzling situation. I have never had sexual intercourse in my life, so I don't think it's an STD :confused:When was the last time that you got vaccinated? A lot of virgins are reporting having sexually transmited diseases diagnosis- sometimes tests come down 'inconclusive' but they are still given antibiotics for 'whatever it is the STD they are experiencing'. Vaccines might have something to do, since everyone I have heard with this story took a vaccine a while before the symptoms arise. Also that it was Mycoplasma- so where does the mycoplasma come from? Some think that vaccines come tainted as an accident in manufacture. But that's just a theory.Whether you had sexual contact or not- whether it is an STD or another type of infection, do not let anything put you down. Find a good doctor- follow up with every symptom, and be very careful with antibiotics- antibiotics are giving way too many adverse reactions these days.Get your blood tested for STD's and find a doctor of Oriental Medicine who works with reproductive organs health.If no STD test comes conclusive (positive), get tested for Mycoplasma. You will need a Polymerase Chain Reaction test to find Mycoplasma.Do not let the doctor tell you that the test is inconclusive but he is sure that this is X or Y infection, because by looking at it, he is "pretty sure".Check for Mycoplasma, read about it.Come back if you need support.Sincerely,Fruity.
    Eatafruit78 960 Replies
    • November 14, 2007
    • 02:55 AM
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