A rash appears on my foreskin due to friction (for example after I masturbate). The rash consists of small pale red bumps < 1 mm, some of them clustered. The bumps feel slightly rough or scaly. They are not itchy or painful. They disappear after several days, some of them sort of peeling off. My skin stays normal until the next time I (or my wife) rub it and the bumps reappear. The problem started about 3 years ago, when I was single. The bumps have been slowly spreading from one episode to the next.
I've tried using lubricant. Sometime it helps, but not always.
The rash has also appeared after regular sex with my wife, but not always. The past few months I have reduced the frequency of sexual activities partly due to this rash.
I have been to an STD clinic twice. They told me it's not warts. They didn't find any STD. (Besides this, I've had a rash, probably keratosis pilaris, on my inner thighs and groin area for many years. This rash also comes and goes.)
What could the rash in my foreskin be? Should I worry about it? Could it be contagious? Thanks!
It's probably blocked pores from friction. It does not sound like an STD. If you've had sex outside marriage, or if your wife has, you should be checked, of course. Otherwise, I would recommend not modifying your sexual pattern, and just letting a dermatologist or an STD specialist have a look,l so you can know for sure and not worry.
I have something very similar to this...about a week ago i started to use a different lotion for masterbation (5) times a week if that ..And im not sure if its from the lotion or not but i developed some type or redness on the head of my penis, if im not masterbating you can barley see it but after i do its bright as day and looks way worse, on the left side there are little red dots and on the right side there is a patch of redness..I have been applying Hebiclens cream 3 times a day for 2 days and it hasent really done anything. I also have little other rashes on the back of my hand legs and a couple on my stomach and legs, the last time i had sex was roughly 3 months ago so if it was a STD wouldnt it of already showed up? Concerned about it i asked the girl if she had any rashes or anything and she said no, but she does have alot of unprotected sex. I also thought it might be Scabies so i washed all my sheets and blankets and changed the detergent to non scented Tide, that was today..sometimes they will itch and sometimes they wont im not sure if its just because of me thinking about them to much or not but it is really starting to concern me ..The Hibiclens wasent really working so i used a Medicine used for drying acne out ( Perscribed Medication ) called Retin-A Micro, that was about 15 minutes ago..I could post some pictures up soon if you would like, i dont really have any money right now to ask the Doctor a question so hopefully one of you will help me with my situation..
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