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Please help me!?!?!

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  • Posted By: kaldzzz
  • August 22, 2008
  • 04:10 AM

Hello all...
No answer is a stupid answer. thank you all in advance.

Before I describe my situation, heres a little background on what happened.
Masterbated alot, daily for over a year, under close examination i noticed a tiny skin irritation from friction- and this led to my downfall.

started applying steroid creams on my penis shaft- same spot on the irritated area 3,4 times a day (very stupid of me) and actually switched back and forth between different steroid creams that i had from before. a list of these steroid creams are as follow
1)fucidin ointment
2)fucidin H ointment
3)hydrocotisone

so i applied these creams, then one day i woke up going to washroom to uriniate i noticed small circular area that looked lighter in color than rest of skin. (on the shaft) so i got freaked out, started applying more steroids,
went to the doctor, the doctor perscribed me even another anti-fungal cream (steroid cream) i think he was blind enough to see it as a hypopigmentation, and i was stupid enought to use the cream being so desperate trying to get rid of the problems i caused for myself. after a week or so and without seeing any results. visited another doctor, he thought it was a ring worm, so he perscribed me ketoderm and the reason he thought it was a ringworm was because surrounding the skin hypopigmented spot was the skin surrounding started to turn pink(tiny veins). anyways and i am here now. the hypopigmented spot is about half size of penny. and the skin around it is a little pink, when i spread the pink skin the pinkish color fades, but i see very tiny blood veins. CAN ANYONE TELL ME IF THIS IS SIDE AFFECT OF STEROID CREAM... PLZ PLZ PLZ HELP

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  • sorry just a correction***blind enough not to see it as a hypopigmentation
    kaldzzz 5 Replies
    • August 22, 2008
    • 04:12 AM
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  • Yes, continued use of topical steroids can result in hypopigmentation and thinning of skin.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • August 23, 2008
    • 08:10 AM
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