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Bump on the tip of the penis after circumcision. Could it be an ingrown hair or a growth?

Hello, so right below my tip where the skin is on a circumsized penis , there appears to be a small indent. But when I stretch out my penis it becomes clear as a really small, soft, flat little piece of skin like material that is clearly apart from the the normal skin. I just noticed it about a month ago but noticed it again the other day and I am starting to really worry. It is barely visible to the naked eye and I showed my best friend and he said it was nothing and he could barely see it but I want to be a hundred percent sure. It is one bump-like thing that is probably smaller than a millimeter. and it can t be an ingrown hair because no hair grows up there. Please helpppp im freaking out.
Asked On : Tue, 25 Sep 2012
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Thanks for query,
This is a bit of tissue leaves after circumcision operation.
The cut fore skin should be stitched together with vessels leaves some bit of it.
It remains there for ever.
Nothing to worry for this.This happens with all procedures.
If it grows or started giving any discharge or blood then consult your doctor.
Answered: Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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