Me and my wife have been sexually active for eight months now. We have never used protection, from the beginning. We have also never had a problem with our "equiptment." Until, now. About two weeks ago, we noticed a small, red, dry spot at the tip of my penis, next to the hole. We are both very concerned, and worried. However, I have been very afraid of getting checked and finding something permenently wrong with myself. So, I have not gone to get checked. That's not all. The day before yesterday, we had vaginal intercourse, and when we finished, we noticed a very red, bumpiness all over the head of my penis. There is a slight burning sensation to the rash. Now, I have woken up. I do not know what this is. And, I would like to find out very soon. Any help?
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