I am a 51 yr old divorced male. I have been seeing the same lady since my divorce. That past couple of moths,...
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I am a 51 yr old divorced male. I have been seeing the same lady since my divorce. That past couple of moths, I have noticed a very small, red spot on my penis. VERY slightly raised with no blistering or drainage. This is a singular spot that seems to clear up then reappear in the same spot with same characteristics. I told my doctor this and he treated it by "freezing" it. Is this common or is there any reason for more worry? Any other treatments? Contagious? I know that if my girlfriend would see this she would freak even more than I am and I CANNOT have that happen! Please help. Serious replies only!View Thread
tj246 posted:am 63 year old male an have ED i notice it about over year ago unable to have erection or hard enough for sex i get semi hard an lose the erection i have heart condition take medication for heart,blood pressure,arthritis at least 3 of the medications i am on cause my problem
would a vacuum pump for ED work has others try it medication cant take i also notice the injection into side base of penis
just dont know what to do will make appointment with my doctor next weekView Thread
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