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Red spots on penis head. No itching. Allergy to shower gel?

Hello I have a problem with the head of my penis , well acutally I don t know what is the problem. I have not had sex, I am a virgin however three days ago I have spotted couple red spots (red rash ) on my penis s head. No its a third day, it seem to go down, not as much any more however when I shower (just using water on it) i see the skin coming off it. All I can remember is trhee days ago using a shower gel on the head of my penis and I felt as if somebody had poored ice cold water on it and on the next day I had that problem from above. It does not ich, occassionally there s an ich but i don t pay attention to it. Could this be a allergy to the shower gel and should I not worry about the white skin peeling off?
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Hello dear,

definitely this is an allergy to the shower gel.

Dont apply it again.

Use oint mometasone daily once in night for 7 days.

You will get relief,
dont worry about peeling , it will be fine in a week .
Answered: Sun, 10 Feb 2013
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