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Itchy foreskin and peeling head of my peinis

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  • Posted By: Rich1234
  • April 17, 2008
  • 01:46 PM

Hi, i have been on holiday for a while, and therefore have not had sex with my girlfriend for about 5 weeks. However when i got back on monday, we have had sex twice, once on monday night, onnce on tuseday. On tuseday night i started to get a very severe itch at the end of my foreskin, which lasted until last night, when it had appeared to have gone in the morning. However as the day progresses it has came back again, and today i have also noticed the skin on the head of my peinis peeling and on the inside of my foreskin aswell. The tio of my peinis is also quite painfull when i touch it. There is not redness of swelling, just peeling, itchyness and a bit of pain when touched. What could this be? Is it something i need to worry about or will it go away with time?


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  • go to your county STD clinic or private doctor; she has an std and sounds like gave it to you.
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies Flag this Response
  • Hi, well the skin is starting to peel off the head now and the itching is going along with the pain in the end, which i belive may have been from itching. If it has completly cleared up in a few days should i still go to a clinic? Could it not have been from the sun/ different soaps from holiday?Rich
    Rich1234 1 Replies Flag this Response
  • I would get a blood test for herpes 2 just to make sure. Some people only get one outbreak but continue to shed the virus. If you do have it, you don't want to give it to anyone. It could have been some chemicals in soap. Hope it was the soap, but you need to know for sure.
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies Flag this Response
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