Ever since having protected sex with a girl a few years back, I've noticed that some of my pubic hair has something like a crusty substance on them. The hairs that are affected have a different texture and seem more brittle. It's kinda weird cause I haven't been able to find any information about these symptoms when researching STDs. I've shaved my pubic hair thinking i could get rid of it. I've tried scrubbing it with soap and it seems to keep coming back. I can sometimes scrape the crusty stuff off with my finger nail but that doesn't help much. It's not all over the place, but just under the shaft and on the sides of my testicles. In fact its not even very noticeable, but considering I know my downstairs better than anyone, I would like to know what it is. Can anyone help me out by providing some info?
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