I'm 18 and I got circumcised about 6 months ago and i have sex with my fiance about everyday unprotected.
After the circumcision there was a little bit of excess skin around the bottom of the head and top of shaft. it was very small amount and the doctor said it would go away after a while. I had no problem with it because it was so minor. A week ago i got a cut on my penis from anal sex and not enough lube and there was a small tear in the skin on the side of the shaft. It was sore but we still had sex every day vaginally.
It has healed on the side but now the excess skin on the bottom of the penis head/ top of the shaft if very swollen and red and the whole head of my penis is bright red and is wrinkly. This is very sore and im not sure of my **** is infected. Please healp im very scared
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