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[URGENT] i found some red bumbs on penis just under helmet [on the skin]

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • July 15, 2014
  • 04:09 PM

Im 14 years old and havent had sex, last night after i finished masturbating, i found 3 little red bumbs on my penis just under the head, but on the skin, this look bad, however, when i pull my skin back and then pull it up again, the redness goes and the bumbs look almost transparent, i dont want to get this check out by a doctor because my mum would have to go and this would be weird if the doctor asked if i have masturbated infront of her...

There is no irritation what so ever, no pain nor swellingness. I get scared easy and i prefer to be really healthy.
Could this be contact detailius [i cant spell it]?

P.S.- My diet is really unhealthy, i eat whatever i feel like eating, i eat 1-2 pieces of fruit a day, and have capri-suns or water for my drinks, i am about 5" 5 and weigh 7 stone. I dont know if you needed that information but hey, why not?
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  • Well, it's great that you admit your diet is not healthy, Paleo is a great start, it's not for everyone but it may help you, just google it.
    As far as a quick fix this may help...Internally-
    1 Tbs. apple cider vinegar (it must be apple cider vinegar) in 1 Cup water 3x a day for 2-5 days depending on how it's clearing up.
    Externally-1 Tbs apple cider vinegar to 1/2 cup water. Use this as a wash every time you pee. Keep the mix in a cup under the bathroom sink.
    Audrygodwyn 1 Replies Flag this Response
  • Thank You for a reply, the rash/spots have almost cleared up on their own, you can just see 4 dots (if you look carefully] do i still need to do the above tasks?
    Anonymous 0 Replies Flag this Response
  • They are all gone, never needed any treatment. :)
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