my guy has this random cut / crack / scratch on his member. He swear he hasnt sleeped around. and if he has that is his punishment. n*e*ways could this just be from him not be circumsized. Like not drying it all the way and too much mosister.. IS this a sign of an std? Please help.
Unless he has slept around, it isn't that. Sounds like something I had, and it wasn't from cheating. If I remember correctly, mine was an apparent allergy to the lotion my wife used on me during handjobs. I had to go to the doctor and get a prescription for it. Cleared it up, and we no longer use that lotion.. well, only on our hands. Hahahahahahahaha
He might be having too much friction in that one spot. I know when my husband and I have sex he does a downward motion that feels great but it rubs one spot on the top and friction can leave what looks like a scratch, or masturbation can cause friction or a hand job. Not an STD per say. At least straight out the gate. But get checked to be sure
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