Hi there, i'm obviously not really Kurt Cobain but here's my question;
I've noticed on the Urethra of my Penis that around the very opening has turned a sort of reddish/pinkish colour and it seems to stand out compared to the rest of my Penis Head/Glans area, I don't feel pain, burning sensations, sharp pains, or any other discomfort, I can pee with no problem. Is there anything wrong here? Or am I being paranoid?
Oh and to give more insight, I went to the Doctors about a months time ago about white dots under the Glans (glands) but she said it was fine and most men have them and I shouldn't worry, so If I have got something wrong with my Urethra, surely she would've said something, right?
Anyway, ALL help would be appreciated, I don't feel like visting the doctor's again as I'll look sort of stupid.
Well, i'm not really worrying about the white dots anymore. I'm just concerned about the Urethra and if it's normal to be a reddish/pinkish colour? I'm worried because the colour seems to stand out to the rest of the Glans (glands) area, it could be a simple colour pigmentation but more replies would be helpful.
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