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3 year old with swelling and brownish spots on the penis. Reason?

Hello, my 3 year old son has woken up and his penis seems swollen and rosy red looking ( not bright red). He wears pull ups at night and the pull up is dry, but there are a few light yellow/ brown spots about dime size with a pin size almost black spot in the middle. He isn t in pain and he isn t circumcised either... Any thoughts?
Asked On : Fri, 15 Mar 2013
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Can only think of Insect bite. Minute baby spiders would have got into the pull-up from the clthes-line. There need not be any pain. there would have been some itching in the beginning, which the child would not have botherd to complainl . Some Calamine lotion applied will set it Right. It is advised to always have pull=ups HOT IRONED after taking from the clothes line..............
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