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I have a single red pimple on my penis, it seems to have pus in it, should i see a doctor, or just pop it? It's been there for at least a week.
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1 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Penis pimpleI have a single red pimple on my penis, it seems to have pus in it, should i see a doctor, or just pop it? It's been there for at least a week.<br />
If the pus is still there after this would be two weeks. I would see a doctor. Infection on my penis; never wait. Your statement implys you have not had sex for 7 days. Your stronger man than me.
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Report This| Share this:Penis pimpleIf the pus is still there after this would be two weeks. I would see a doctor. Infection on my penis; never wait. Your statement implys you have not had sex for 7 days. Your stronger man than me.
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