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Thread: Irritation on my *private parts*

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    Catperson

    Default Irritation on my *private parts*

    I've had this problem for months now, and it's starting to worry me. I was wondering if anyone can help.

    This is a small area on the upper, left side of my private parts (when looking down), that covers from the base of the head to about half an inch into it. This area is very sensitive at the best of times, and whenever I do *anything* (masturbate, etc) it develops into a red, cracked patch. This condition doesn't seem to be going away, and it's worrying me. Can anyone tell me what this is, or if there's anything I can do about it?

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    Go to the doctor. If you don't that then I would advise putting lotion on it and not doing anything to irritate it. But seriously there is no way any of us know what's wrong so you should go to a doctor now.

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    If I understand you correctly I think I have the same issue but as long as I don't go crazy it isn't ever really a problem.

    This may or may not help you. I'm not sure what your problem is exactly.
    Red Irritation on Shaft of Penis - Dermatology - MedHelp

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    Catperson

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChriscoStick View Post
    Go to the doctor. If you don't that then I would advise putting lotion on it and not doing anything to irritate it. But seriously there is no way any of us know what's wrong so you should go to a doctor now.
    Who knows? Maybe someone here has had this before and recognizes it.

    And I've tried things like neosporin and cortizone, and if they help at all it's not by much. I've tried not doing anything, which seems to help somewhat, but it just wait's patiently until i touch that spot again to flare up.

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    Dry skin, possibly? I don't know.

    Go see a doctor!

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    Agreed doctor time I know it may seem embarrassing but better to be embarrassed than in pain, hurt or sick, I know my first time showing my manly bits to a doc/nurse was hard as she was a 20 something attractive woman. Who in my head I thought was going to call me out as some demented pervert after a quick lay, but much to my relief she was very professional, even though she could not offer a solution but only an explanation. My anxiety was compounded further by thinking I would be the but of many a joke since I am only 2" limp. Thankfully nothing like that ever happened. so even if you are nervous anxious embarrassed etc. go see a doctor if for nothing else than to put your mind at ease.

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    DrunknFox

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    People on here aren't doctors. We wouldn't know.

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    Add me to the "see a doctor" chorus.

    General suggestions:

    Have you been wearing diapers? If so, stop wearing diapers. I get something similar when I wear them for too long, goes away in a few days. That said, your description is vague enough to be many conditions, diaper rash being only one of them. But if you're wearing diapers, it certainly isn't helping. Shower at least once a day as well to stave off jock itch and sweat rash as well.

    Have you changed underwear recently? Sometimes I have underwear-related irritation. Some people need tight-fitting underwear like briefs to avoid getting rashes (prevents chafing). Some people need loose-fitting underwear like boxers to avoid irritations (promotes airflow). Know what works best for your skin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catperson View Post
    Who knows? Maybe someone here has had this before and recognizes it.
    The problem is that so few details are given no one can reliably recognize it. Or, there could be ten people here who've had different conditions with different prognoses of different severities which require different treatments, yet each of those ten people had symptoms that more or less include what the OP told us. Taking such a vague description to a diagnosis and course of treatment seems rather reckless, especially if the advice leads to OP not seeing a doctor while the condition is something more serious than an internet layperson guessed it was. Yes, we have a textual description. But we can't look at it, we don't know anything about his lifestyle beyond the fact he wears diapers, and we can't evaluate his medical history. Not to mention that a doctor with prescription power is going to have be able to given the OP access to a wider range of therapies than any of us can. General ideas are one thing. Making a diagnosis is something else entirely.

    Edit: I just noticed you're the OP. Please forgive the fact I referred to you and the OP as separate people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asayuu View Post
    Agreed doctor time I know it may seem embarrassing but better to be embarrassed than in pain, hurt or sick, I know my first time showing my manly bits to a doc/nurse was hard as she was a 20 something attractive woman.
    I had an even better experience a few years ago. A young, attractive, 20-something doctor was doing a pre-employment physical for me. I was naked, given she'd just checked lymph nodes and for hernia and I still needed to give a urine sample. She checks fine for hernia and reads off the form: "Ok, let's see... Fluid samples- blood, urine, seminal.

    Me outloud: "...seminal fluid?"
    Me in my head: "Awesome. Are we about to make a porno?"

    Her: "Huh. Yea, that's a new one to me. Know what? I'm just going to write not indicated for seminal fluid."

    Sadly, the experience had to remain on my bucket list.

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    get some desitin, neosporin, etc on the spot AND QUIT TOUCHING IT!!!, lay off the diapers if you can. if it keeps getting worse, or does not clear up, go to the dr.

    Your doctor has been through years of training including internships in all sorts of places, and has seen all different types of people and their issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catperson View Post
    Who knows? Maybe someone here has had this before and recognizes it.
    One reason I said go to a doctor has already been said, it could be many different things. More importantly though you said you've had this problem for several months. You never said if it was off and on or if it was a constant problem which is an important factor. Based on your description it sounds like it's constant. Either way having sevever irritation for months is a serous problem especially if it's down there. It might turn out to be nothing or it could be a serious medical condition, it's much better to be safe than sorry.

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