Creams for healing, appearance, etc.

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  1. hotcakes22

    hotcakes22 New Member

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    Any recommendations? I find aloe vera works wonders...
     
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    umm.....could you be a bit more specific? Healing what? the appearance of what? Etc what?
     
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    just using a small amount of baby soap and a sea sponge. And don't over wash or you'll strip away your natural oils.

    olive oil
     
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    hmmm... I've some red marks on the side under the head... not an STD
     
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    throughout life we learn to rely on the special talents and educational pursuits of our fellow humans.
    When your car needs engine work...........................ask your mechanic.
    When your water heater needs replaced...................ask your plumber.
    When your skin has a red mark under the head.........ask your dermatologist.

    red marks on the side under the head of penis - Search - MedHelp
     
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    Wow, what an *ahem* helpful response!

    I wouldn't let my dermatologist go within 10 feet of my dick, thankyouverymuch. He & I just don't have that kind of relationship and he's the only show in town.

    Your link to articles at MedHelp were interesting but kind of depressing. Seems this problem tends to stay around awhile once you have it. I'm dealing with the same thing right now and I'm pretty sure it's an allergy to a new type of lube I tried.

    I think if the OP can try masturbating or having sex with as little friction as possible (or maybe with a pure lube such as KY) that might help. That's what I'm going to try.

    :cool:


     
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