I am a 17 year old male, and still a virgin. The foreskin on my penis is not pulled back and the head is always covered. Yes I do masturbate. I was taking a shower today and when cleaning the inside of my penis I noticed little white bumps, they are less that a centimeter in size and the don't hurt they almost look like very tiny canker sores. So I guess what I am trying to ask is what are they, how did I get them, should I be worried, and how can I get ride of them?
It may be that you have cleaned behind properly, or that you have left some soap behind there, the best thing you can do for yourself is to find some streaching exercises for your forskin, if not try this with some oil gte you small fingers in behind and very slowly start some streaching by pulling outwards you may find this works.
OK your spots they should just clear up, just remember keep it clean and washed daily.
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