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    penis is itchy, and i dont play sports and havent had sex
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    Kevolig posted:
    my penis shaft is red around some places, and is really itchy, but it doesnt have any sores or bumps. i have tried washing my crotch region more, but isnt helping. can anyone help?
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    Duckblind responded:
    Is the laundry detergent or soap new or different? If not you may want to see a doctor if it does not go away soon.
     
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    HairyD responded:
    db is right, you my want to have a doctor check, if you have the money or insurance.
    Be nude has much as you can . Sleep nude. If you have baby oil or lotion that you use for masturbation use lightly on the shaft. Please limit rough masturbation until penis heals. I understand, but try to just stoke the head.
    Keep us posted.


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