my penis forskin is slightly swollen and there is a little lump
over the last few days ihave noticed slight swelling on my foreskin and i don't have much of it, there is also a small sort of lump, its only a bit painful to touch and its not a problem for me to masturbate or do anything differently, should ibe concerned?
Typically, foreskin is a common area for inflammation and swelling. I would try icing the area and reducing friction for 2 days. If that does not help, I would suggest seeing your doctor.
I hope that helps
Dr. Mohiba Tareen Tareen Dermatology, Roseville, Minn Castle Connoly's America's Top Cosmetic Dermatologists Adjunct Assistant Professor Univ of MN Dept of Dermatology www.TareenDermatology.com
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