Hello i have an abrasion or dry cracked skin around the head of my penis i went to a docter they told me it was dry cracked skin i went to an intern ,urologist and dermatologist and gave me aquaphor to use and the dermatologist gave me hydrocortosone 1 % this has been going on for about 3 mounths however i do masterbate alot so im guessing its hard to heal they all told me no std i also masterbated today with pressure on penis hed since i didnt want to touch the cracked skin area and twenty minutes later i got a red spot on the head of my penis wondering what that can be and how long to go away if you can shed your insight it would be very helpfull.not sure what it is and why it just occured worried ty
This sounds like irritated skin. Of course, masturbation can aggravate that. I advise you to moisturize with vaseline or any other moisture cream you like, and that you limit masturbation or use a lubricant. It doesn't sound like anything to worry about.
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