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right under the head of my penis it is a cut going all around. it looks like a ghash.and i have a couple of smaller ones on my penis too.after a week of no intercourse they will quickly reopen again.I am frustrated they are taking so long to heal.what can u assume is the problem
I have been looking all over for a cure for that. I have the same thing. cuts all around the head, and smaller ones all over the shaft. Regularly, the enitre thing is covered in dry flaky skin that comes off easy. Itching and burning also happen.
the skin on my outer layer of penis is cut in many places at the end .
i have seen the chinese herbalist , and the herbalist told me the cuts will be gone after two weeks from now .
i have been having the chinese herbs since june this year and still cuts in more than one place .
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