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A small white patch under my penis skin - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Penis Problems
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hii
User :   i want info on skin
Doctor :   how can we help you?
User :   can u help me out ?
User :   ok
User :   before that can i know ur name plz
Doctor :   ya definately..
User :   i have a small white patch under my penis skin, what is it ? i am afraid
Doctor :   k..
Doctor :   how big patch is ?
User :   can u tell what is it ?
User :   its small
User :   its half an inch in size
Doctor :   is it a single isolated lsion or they are in numbers?
User :   its single and isolated
Doctor :   k.. does that pain?
User :   no pain
User :   but its not going away
User :   some times it itches
Doctor :   its itchy?
User :   not always,
User :   only sometimes
User :   if i start scratching it, then i feel like to scratch it more !!
Doctor :   did you have unprotected sex with any body/

User :   yes a year back
User :   during sex condom was slipped
User :   she was on top of me , rubbing my penis with her vagina
User :   but this was an year long back sex
Doctor :   since how many days ur having this problem?

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