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Cracked fores skin near head of penis
i masturbate frequently with no lube so it's usually a dry masturbation. i noticed today when i got an erection and i pull back the foreskin, i feel a slight stinging. i look closer and i see 3 tiny little cracks in the skin. there is no bleeding and it doesn't hurt if i put water on it but it's annoying cause i can't masturbate. it sort of stings. i don't have sex so i think it's just the excessive dry masturbation. is there anything to heal these little cracks. they aren't massive but they are annoying! im not circumsized by the way
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4851940 tn?1385441629
Don't masterbate until you are healed.

Use moisturisers suitable for the genital area, like Diprobase, Doublebase or something similar.

Do not use soaps or shower gels on the genital area as this will dry it out even more.  Wear cotton underwear.

When you are healed and start to masterbate again, use a genital lubricant like KY gel or similar.
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where can i find those creams in america? seems like it's only in the UK
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please help am desperate
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4851940 tn?1385441629
When you go to the pharmacy, ask the pharmacist for an emolient cream that can be used on the genital area.  He should be able to help you.
Or your doctor can prescribe a moisturing emolient.

The creams that I mentioned, probaby come under a different brand name in America.  
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