hi. for a few weeks now i have noticed a hard bump on the shaft of my penis (just below the head, on the left hand side). it feels like its under the skin. it is skin coloured and painless. it feels like ...
My penis s outer cover is attached with the top of the inner.. Now when I masturbate the inner part of my penis does not come out . the skin s small part is attached to it. still now i did not see my ...
went out for few months. All the while is ok until recently, underneath of my penishead (right side ... spot on my outer layer skin just a dot. I decide to peel the small dot - it hurts a bit with one drop ...
and that area sticks like glue, this happens when i have my foreskin covering the head of my penis, when i leave ...so i been having this problem for a while. the foreskin of my penis is very humid and dry i have ...
. Well here I am a week later with a Peanut M&M sized tender lump under my skinattached to an abscess ... penis. It started as just a small lump Im guessing this is what is considered a cyst about a week ago ...
my foreskin is attached with head of penis. also hav smegma. any serious problem? how much penis retraction is enough?
this is something that you might need to show your doctor. There are minor procedures which can be done to improve these symptoms and significantly decreased the likelihood that you develop a problematic infection.
how my penis will grow nd big ?
the minimum desirable size after errection is 6cm.so relax and don't worry about if you are above 6cm.It is only the outer 4-6 cm of vagina which has nerve ending for pleasure giving.but for your satisfaction you can do oil massage regularly.
take care and concentrate on your study
How can a small penis be enlarged and hard?
How small is really small? Often people are not satisfied with penis size and live under a myth that person with big penis are great lover. It isn"t true. Check if your erect penis is more than 2 inches, it is normal. If smaller, then it could be endocrine cause called hypogonadism. it has to be diagnosed after blood ,ultrasound , CT Head and treated with appropriate medicines
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