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Does having dark spots around the penis indicate STD ?

Hi i am 21,male.I have trouble with my penile area where the upper skin covering the penis looks like it has few darker black spots as i think i am Over-masturbating-around 2 times a week.n I cannot afford a doctor as i feel embarrased about it.i am safe,and hygienic and i didnt have had a foreplay with partners as i dont have one.So i think that s not a STD.If Yes,pls.advice me how i harboured it and how i can Prevent the aftermath.sooner rather than Later.Thank You!!
Asked On : Mon, 6 Jun 2011
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Dermatologist 's  Response
dark pigmented spots is common in that region. it is not a disease. it has no connection with masturbation. but final word on this can be said only after examining it
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General & Family Physician Dr. P. Mahesh's  Response
Dark spots are common on the penis and if it does not pain or cause itching, you do not have to worry about it. Masturbation does not cause it and it is not a sexually transmitted disease, nor is it a result of poor hygiene. Masturbating twice a week is not at all over-masturbating. So you do not have to worry at all.
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