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Red marks(rash) on penis head after ejaculation(cum)

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People please help!I have all these symptoms already a year,I have had sex only once and I was protected(last january ). After some time I noticed,that after cumming there are some red marks on my penis head(It happens every time I ejaculate).It doesn't hurt,I don't feel anything uncomfortable with it,sometimes the head is very dry(mostly in the morning). After I urinate or wash the head, everything disappears in an hour or two.I don't know what to do,what kind of analyses to take,please help me!!
Here are high quality pictures,first 2 are BEFORE masturbating.Third,fourth and fifth are about 5 minutes AFTER ejaculation and the last two photos are after an hour. Plus an hour later everything is as there wasn't anything happened with my penis head.
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replied March 18th, 2012
Welcome to e health forum.

The probable cause of the redness can be due to abrasions or contusions that occur usually after passionate sexual intercourse. The probable cause for such redness is due to lack of proper lubrication.

There is no need to worry about them and there is no need for any form of specific treatment for them.

If you have discomfort with it, then using lubricants like K Y jelly or Astroglide can help prevent such issues.

I hope this helps.
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