When the foreskin is not retracted, you can't see it, but when you pull the foreskin back, it is visible and is on the actual foreskin on the underpart of the penis. Maybe this will help visualize - when the foreskin is not retracted, it is on the inner part of the foreskin, the part touching the head. When it is pulled back you can see it and its located on the underpart of the penis. Its been there for about two months, hasn't changed in size, color etc and does not have any hair on it or anything. I've tried popping it, but it doesn't pop, when I squeeze it, it just becomes flat. Seems as though i'm just squeezing skin, but it is a pimple alright. Its not too terribly large or anything... just rather... flexible, for lack of a better word. Anyway, is it anything I should worry about? Will it go away? Its been there for over two months... What should I do?
<BLOCKQUOTE><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by JwhyS:
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Consider calling your doctor first off. If is is causing pain, please do call him. If you're sexualy active it's possible this could cause you some problems too, not only to you but your partner. But then again not knowing what it is, it may not be harmful at all.
Without knowing what it is we can't say if it is harmful, or if it will go away on it's own. But that is possible. My advice is to have it checked out and let us know what you find out.
I really don't want to go to a doctor <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/frown.gif"> I'd have to tell my parents about it and then have them schedule an appointment and I wouldn't really feel comfortable telling them at all <IMG SRC="http://www.healthboards.com/ubb/frown.gif">
Not really sure of what we can tell you JwhyS, If someone where to sujest something for you to do on your own, it could do more harm than good. This is not what we want to happen on these boards.
It could be any number of things from something that is normal and may go away on it's own or it may be something you really need to to have looked at.
I really wish we could help you more, but not knowing what it really is ties our hands. Sorry Bud!
If it does get worse or causes you any pain you may have to bite the bullet and talk to your parents. Maybe your father, he has one of those too you know. Tell him how uncomfortable you are talking about it, even with him.