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Badly damaged/torn circumsized penis

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  • Posted By: lovetree
  • November 27, 2006
  • 10:09 PM

I am circumsized. By habit I guess I scratched it quite a bit when i was young, especially in the shower. It left very tiny holes. I got frustrated when a girlfriend of mine asked me about it and I told her i'd get it checked out. I went to a doctor he said nothing to much, don't worry about it, nothing can be done. Stupid me I decided if i injured it it would heal. So i used my shaver pressed ******n those areas with tiny holes that were maybe a few mm's. Anyways, it bled and scabs formed. A day later my girlfriend was over I she was mad at me that I wouldn't have sex. So I put on a condom. After the sex the scabs were gone and never healed leaving larger holes ranging in size from mm-cm. Its really depressing, its been over a year, and I can't beleive I did that. I am determined to have the skin repaired. I have never heard of any plastic surgeons who have and can do this. I am not going back to the doctor to hear him say why did you do that and there's nothing I can do. Please, if there is an angel of mercy out there solve this one for me. God bless anyone who puts me in the right direction and solves this for me : )

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  • Used your shaver? I don't understand. Please explain this further.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • December 1, 2006
    • 07:24 PM
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  • I was cicumsized when I was born. The problem was that I scratched my penis from when I was really young..a stupid habit when no one was around in the end little tiny holes formed. My girlfriend noticed and I went to a doctor who said it was nothing and nothing could be done. I went home shaved it and pressed the shaver clipper part against the tiny holes thinking if they bled and formed scabs they would heal. I was so stupid and now i'm completely ashamed and wish badly to have it repaired. I'm deperately hoping someone will lead me in the right direction to having this repaired and helping me move on with my life. God bless all of you kind amazing people who reply to me. There are about 20 holes with about 2-5 large ones. I wish i knew what the solution to it was. I tried waiting a few months it just wont heal. I have holes/tares in the skin and it looks really bad. I don't know how i could have been so stupid to press my shaver against it so hard. It was almost a year ago and I wish i could go back to that moment and have stopped myself. I will reply yo all posting. God bless you all in my journey to solve this.
    lovetree 12 Replies
    • December 5, 2006
    • 02:42 AM
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  • You really do need to see a doctor. They have seen it all. It is a little odd what you did, but, hey desperate people do desperate things. So, please go to the doctor before this problem gets worse. The doctor isnt going to be so shocked, again, they have seen it all. I think you need to see a urologist maybe???? Good luck.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • December 15, 2006
    • 00:15 AM
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  • You are probably right. It's just that I don't want to go from doctor to doctor.I want to find one who can do something about it. Its extremely stressful, and I'm so uncomfortable about it. Thanks for your and everyone elses suggestion I will reply to all responses. If there is a doctor out there who can do something for me please let me know. God bless you all.
    lovetree 12 Replies
    • January 9, 2007
    • 05:44 PM
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  • Have you ever watched Dr. 90210? There is a Plastic Surgeon on there that is also a Urologist & he is an AAWESOME Dr. I think if ANYONE could help you it would be him... His name is Dr. Gary Alter http://www.altermd.com/ Good Luck! Sounds like you need him!
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