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What is the cause of frequent erections and white spots on the penis tip ?

Why do I get so many erections during throughout the day? Also, I have these white spots below the tip of the head of my penis , what could they be?
Asked On : Mon, 26 Mar 2012
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first of all let me make you clear that erection is not associated with white spot and these are two different entities . your frequent erection may be just physiological and associated with your life style , too much thought of pleasure, watching pornography, thinking and even physical relation with your female counter part may all cause it. for this you must do some exercise and yoga regularly and remain relax and avoid over consciousness of erection . you can get your BP measured and if required testosterone level can be done.
your spot may be due to fungal infection so it is better to get it examined by a dermatologist and maintain good hygiene of your sex organ.
thanks for consulting HCM.
Answered: Thu, 27 Mar 2014
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