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    Weird cut/ scratch on member
    imawesome posted:
    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.
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    fcl responded:
    If it's on his foreskin, the may have a yeast infection. This can be treated with an OTC cream.

    Did he say this would be his punishment for sleeping around or did you?
    There's nothing inherently dirty about sex, but if you try real hard and use your imagination you can overcome that.
    ongawesgone responded:
    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
    messymyd responded:
    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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