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Problem with the skin on penis head

Hi, I am 17 years old. I've noticed that the head of my penis doesn't look like it should be. [see pics attached]
I have never had sex. I believe it has been like that for more than 6 months (possibly longer). I haven't consulted any doctor about this.
I've read on the internet that it may be balantis. I've started using cream (ointment) that contains (Betamethaoni dipropionas+clotrimazolum+Gentamicinum)(been using for 2 days).
I am not quite sure If this is the right thing to do.
I won't be able to contact doc for now, I know this is the right thing to do but it is not a possibility for me - at least for now.
I really hope that You can tell me what it is. What can I do about this ? How can i cure this?
I've also read that shea butter may be a good thing to use. Is it?

I'm really stressed about this(I feel extremely bad about this). Can anyone help me with this? I'd really appreciate it.

Folder with pics: https://unsee.cc/nasodeti/
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Here is the folder with pics (previous got deleted): http://imgur.com/a/zlT1Q
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I am 18*
I did not see the pic as both were deleted.  If the skin is red and irritated then it could be a fungal/yeast issue.  I would be cautious about anything with corticosteroids, and I would suggest a cream like Lotrimin.  It is soothing and will control any fungus or yeast growth.  If it's just dry or the skin got stressed, then aloe vera should be soothing.  
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