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White Patches (Discoloration) on my penis
An_249215 posted:
Hi I'm a 23 year old male. And I've started to notice those benign white spots 2-3 years ago, it does not bother me physically at all, does not itch, does not bleed or give me any discomfort. But over the years it has grown more and more in different spots on the penis and the front of the foreskin, and it's really bothering me since I have to explain to my sexual partner every time. I've talked to couple dermatologists, and some of them say it's lichen sclerosus, some say it's yeast infection, but I looked online, it does not look similar, maybe a little bit like lichen sclerosus, but they also say it's more common to the elders, so I don't know how I could even get it when I was 20. Anyone has any experience in this?
An_249215 responded:
Oh and just to add to it, I've been regularly tested every 3-6 months for STDs, and I've never been positive for anything. Except for rectal test for Chlamydia even tho the urine test was neg.

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