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Penis blister?

Hello, I had awoke this morning and urinated as I usually always do in the morning and everything on my shaft looked fine.


I will admit that I'm a frequent masturbater so I felt I had some friction blisters relating to an itch I had..Now, this might seem odd, but how I usually go about itching this part of my body is I pinch and twist, it does the trick. I developed what looks like a blister or some swelling that I'm almost certain was caused by how I itched. I hope..right?

It almost feels swollen
Related Topics: Penis, Blister, Masturbation, Itch
 

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Unfortunately, without the ability to examine you first-hand, I would not be able to determine the true nature or cause of this "blister" based solely on the information in your posting. You will need to see your medical provider.

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Hi Snyder, You must stop using a blanket or pillow for masturbating, cant see how you got a friction blister any other way, keep the and you will do some real damage to your penis.

Just think of this, as men we get one penis, break it, that's it, you cant get a replacement one.

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