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Could it be scar tissue which has appeared on my glans ?

Ok like the title says, there s a build up of something on my glans, and I don t know what it is. It doesn t cover a large area, it s actually pretty small around 1.5cm by 0.5 cm (area wise) and then around 0.5mm thickness wise and it s located on the bottom part of the head on the left side. This area brings no irritation/pain ever and it s not white, it actually looks like my foreskin colour, so it s most likely not smegma . Also, I can pull my foreskin back perfectly and get all the necessary cleaning done back there.(I also shower once a day everyday) It s not really all that noticeable either. Additional details-When I was young I damaged the left side of my penis (not horribly) and due to this, it curves to the right slightly. Could it be scar tissue due to this?
Asked On : Sat, 5 Feb 2011
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hi,thanks for query.It seems that you seems to have nodule like thing on your glans.It is very difficult to guide without proper examination,but most likely it could be due to some infection or repeated friction in that area.Do not worry,just see your doctor and get treated for this.I think this has nothing do with your past injury.
wishing you good health.
Answered: Mon, 15 Aug 2011
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