i'm a 34 year young male, have had same sex partner for past 17 years. I have a rashy red spot the size of a dime on the shaft of my penis. It does not hurt, burn, sting or anything, it does look a little flaky at times. Its starting to look like ring worm but not sure. Any clues? It cant be a STD unless my wife ....... but I seriously doubt that. A little concerned, what do I tell my wife?
Tell your wife that you “have a rashy red spot the size of a dime on the shaft of [your] penis. It does not hurt, burn, sting or anything, it does look a little flaky at times. Tell her that the on-line urologist does not know what it is either and that you are going to see a dermatologist about it.
People get skin lesions all of the time at many sites on their bodies. Because this has occurred on your penile skin does not mean that it has anything to do with infidelity.
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