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    I recently was circumcised
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    fsrock03 posted:
    and am still getting used to the sensitivity. However yesterday I noticed a white bump on the glands. I had a wart before but it looked nothing like this. Which got me to thinking that it may be something else. My concern with it is that when I take a shower (my doctor said its ok) it gets a little bigger. Then when I turn the water off, it gets smaller again. Is it some type of water blister or something from surgery? Please help. Any advice is welcome.
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    counterso responded:
    It sounds like dead skin, or an illusion. A quick call to your urologist should provide an answer. You should feel at great liberty to ask questions of the doctor who is familiar with the details of your procedure and circumstances. It doesn't need to be in an office visit.


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