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... tely no reason for this to become a relationship issue, but you've probably realized it's possible you're getting yeast from your girl. This is actually the most common cause of penile yeast infection. ... (9 replies)
... Over the years these infections became more and more frequent to the point where I could expect to get a few of them each year and it would take little or nothing for me to get one. ... (2 replies)
... that equipment of yours. It doesn't sound like your foreskin is stretched enough to allow for it to be fully retracted over the head and onto the shaft of your penis while you're erect, is that true? ... (3 replies)

... I wonder if you've got an impacted pubic hair in there... Of course, pimples are common on the penis as well. Not sure what to recommend here. Its obvious that there may be some infection there because of the puss you've been able to get out. ... (4 replies)
... Sounds like it may be a pimple or impacted pubic hair on the shaft. Either of those are totally common. It'll hurt like heck for a couple of days but should take care of itself. ITs best not to open it or treat it like you would a pimple because of possible infections. But taking a hot/warm soaking bath or using warm compresses on it may speed up the process. If it... (2 replies)
... about thrush responding to the level of sugar in the diet. Is this a fairly common symptom with yeast infections on the genitals? ... (8 replies)
Annual exam
Dec 28, 2004
... sectomy. More commonly this is the result of a mumps infection. Small testicles are termed atrophic. They can frequently be poor producers of testosterone.If the penis is uncircumcised, I check whether the foreskin easily pulls up and back on the glans. ... (11 replies)
... The best way to be sure to avoid infection in the future is to clean your penis a lot better. ... (5 replies)
... lic sorta thing, I never liked public restrooms or showers or any of that because I had so many concerns about my body. I'm uncut also, for years struggled with penis size, was overweight, not built like my peers, not an athlete, etc etc. I always felt someone was gonna look and tease me for any of those reasons. ... (14 replies)
Nov 25, 2012
... That thread addresses all these common foreskin problems. ... (6 replies)
... If you take pride in your hygiene, you can have an intact penis to be proud of. ... (5 replies)
... of the male penis swells considerably when sitmulated sexually. Your foreskin covers that when you're not erect. ... (10 replies)
Is this normal?
Apr 23, 2005
... t all to see the pics! We've all got those little bumps so they are nothing to worry about at all. There are usually two types of these small bumps found on our penis and scrotum. One type, pubic hair follicles is exactly what you're describing..they may or may not have a pube in them. ... (4 replies)
... Phimosis is tightness of the foreskin of the penis that prevents the retraction of the foreskin over the glans. The condition is usually congenital but it may be the result of an infection. ... (2 replies)
... opening of my penis AFTER I pee. Which happens every now and again. But it's seems to be pretty consistant now. And most importantly.. ... (3 replies)
... Checking online it says that male yeast infections are not common through sexual intercourse with your partner, though it sometimes happen. the symptom are, a red rash at the tip of the penis that itches and does not heal. ... (4 replies)
... If it is too tight for that, you may want to loosen it. You can read about that under Men's Health thread "Stretching To Fix Common Foreskin Problems". ... (4 replies)
... oys are fully retractable by the age of 5. If you are a teenager and still not retractible you probably need to see your family doctor or a urologist. You have a common condition called Phimosis which can be successfully treated. ... (7 replies)
... See a good Urologist and see a good Infectious Disease Specialist, and I think they will be able to help you, Chlamydia is very common and easy to detect, you do not have a disease from Mars that nobody knows about. ... (4 replies)

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