I am a 14 year old male and a regular masterbater. I think I masterbate too much. (Once a day and sometimes more.) I try to cut back sometimes. Anyways, recently I noticed a few red spots exclusive on the tip of my penis around the urethra opening and im nervous about them. They have been there for about 3 months. There are about 30+ of them ranging in size from 1-2 mm. Is it possible that I contracted something?
dude i got those to do they burn if they do its just a bad rash use some corn startch just rub some on and they should clear up in a week or two if not u could of gotten if from someone else have u made out with someone cause u can get stuff from sharin spit
well...mine dont burn...mine are sometimes invisible, and they come back occationally...i mean i cant see them now but they are there...so i dont think they are a rash...i only get hem after masterbating for a while...i was thinkin zits or something
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