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    ! i need help with a piercing i got a penis piercing i want it to go away !
    badboy87 posted:
    hello i am in need of some help i got what they call a prince albert piercing about a year ago it was a thing that sounded cool till i got it . now i hate it my wife hates it .i have to sit down to urinate its just a really bad deal the hole is on the underside of the head and urine streams everywhere it will not fill in . my doctor said i would have to have surgery to get rid of it and i really don't want to do that . any suggestions ???????????????
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    Annie_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi there,

    You've posted your question as a resource post rather than as a discussion. As you've seen a doctor and he's told you that you have to have surgery in order to repair and close the piercing, then you may want to get a second opinion from another doctor in person to see if that is the case.

    We do have a WebMD Men's Health Community for help with your questions.

    Take care!

    - Annie

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