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I notice some water bubble under my penis head. Any advice on this ?

hi, i recently pulled back my penis foreskin about 2days back. after pulling back the foreskin i could see the penis head in a normal shape however it is very sensitive. i went out the next day and when i went to the toilet, i notice there is a strange bubble which appears to have liquid inside it forming under the penis head. the size has remain the same for the past 24hours. any advice on this? i am getting worried. i did not masturbate in the last 3days or have i am not sure what is the reason for the bubble to form under the penis head. is this normal? what should i do? any advice on this? thanks in advance. Cheers, Edmund
Asked On : Sat, 30 Apr 2011
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The water bubble you are having could probably be a water filled boil which can come due to friction of the skin.Please consult a doctor to get physically examined and he will advise the necessary treatment.
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