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skin tags on foreskin


im 19 years old male uncut

lost my virginity at 14
but i started jerking off at very young age
like younger then 10 i think or 8 or something like that
anyways ever since i remember i always had this
tiny skin tags on my foreskin literally on my forskin
they are visible whenever i pull it all the way
and it feel;s and looks like part of my skin
I kinda dont like that... and i kinda feel like
i might have them because i started masturbating
so early and messing with my skin like stretching it and all that
and plus im uncut so i feel like thats how my skin grew i guess
they are very small but alot of them around my ****
what do you think i should do?
i took some pictures i could upload them ....
and i had them ever since i could remember!
and i never have sex without condoms
so there is no way in have i have anything ..
im prefectly healthy sexually active ...
plus i am kinda good looking and girls are attracted of me
so i really would love to get rid of this things becasue i kinda feel shy
i always have to turn lights off or something and i get very nervous when they go down on me i need help please...
Usually skin tags can appear at site of friction. So, maybe they developed due to masturbation or regular intercourse. Skin tags can also be a normal finding without a cause. So, please consult a doctor to find out what they are. If you have been using condoms carefully, then chances of STD are more or less ruled out. Please discuss with your doctor. Take care!

The medical advice given should not be considered a substitute for medical care provided by a doctor who can examine you. The advice may not be completely correct for you as the doctor cannot examine you and does not know your complete medical history. Hence this reply to your post should only be considered as a guiding line and you must consult your doctor at the earliest for your medical problem.

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