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    An_205496 posted:
    the day before I felt a small bump on my penis, and the next day it was swollen almost twice its size. My the way I have not been circumsized. Has anyone else had this problem. and I have a history of prostrate cancer.
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    Sheldon Marks, MD responded:
    Could be any number of problems from infected hair to a cyst or even something dangerous. You need to see a doctor and fast if it is growing that rapidly.
     
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    seanhh responded:
    Go to the doctor for sure. But if it is just some sort of skin irritation, you should use a penis health creme. These cremes are made specifically for the penis skin and treat all sorts of issues down there. It might help you out. Good luck.


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