I have developed some blisters on my penis that gets irritated when rubbed. They go away after a few days, but i interested in finding some type of application that I could use to speed up the process. This happened to me before about 3 or 4 yrs ago as an allergic reaction to a different KY Jelly. I went to the doctor to get it checked out and was told it wasnt herpes and even recieved a test that showed that I didnt have herpes. 4 years later it has returned and i am sure it is another allergic reaction, but why does this happen? Is this common? could it possibly be an STD? It basically looks like poison ivy. It starts off like a few bumps, turns into blisters, goes down, then disappears. Please help me with advice
i recently have found small water like blisters on my genital area. i have visited the doctor and they have said is caused by shaving, so recently i have stoped shaving there an the blisters still seem to come. Whats WRONG with me and how can i stop these blisters. Please help
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