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Scar Tissue on the head of the Penis

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Hello , My question is very important to me. I have a problem when i was a kid , about 14 i masterbaited and it swelled up at the top half under the head and got some friction burns and a ring around the shaft of my penis.I've been trying to clear it up a few years now. I tried herbal stuff and nothing work's.I'm now 19 and i still got the problem. Is there anyway you can help me?


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replied September 6th, 2006
Sexual Health - Men Answer A1440
According to the description you provide (friction burns, “ring”, swelling around the head and shaft of the penis), it seems that you have some kind of scar on your penis. Scar tissue can be a cosmetic/esthetic problem or it can also cause functional problems (disturbed erection, urination etc.). You can visit an urologist for discussing further therapeutic procedures.
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