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Penis rash

Recently I've had a dryness on the upper shaftof my penis. There is what I guess you'd consider a small rash on the left side of my penis. I'm unsure of what this is. Recently me and my girlfriend had sex. I wore a Trojan condom. Could this be from the condom. I've put one on before and we've had sex before and this never happened. I'm very confused and very very worried. Any info would help.
Asked On : Sun, 11 Jul 2010
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I've had this on ocassion before, too - I don't think it's something you should worry too much about. It's likely just dry skin in need of moisturizing. The condom and friction from sex could have aggravated it. I've also developed this condition sometimes when masturbating freequently. Anyway - a good approach is to use a simple moisturizer on the affected area a couple of times a day. Also, try to give it a rest for a few days so that it can get back to its own tough self. When the flaky skin and/or red tender area(s) are gone, he should be back ready for action - good luck!
Answered: Mon, 12 Jul 2010
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