I am not sexually active... have not had any since 2005, noticed bloody semen, this is second time in 2 years.. no pain or problem urinating... have been tested and do not have HIV...nervousView Thread
im 60yrs old i have a problems getting erections and i do get one it not firm. it been almost 6yrs now.my wife no longer want sex but i sure do, my body is 60 but my mind is still,20. i don,t want to use drugs due to all the side affects. just wondering what to do about it, let it go or find safe way to fix it.View Thread
About 10 months ago, I got red circles on skin that expanded over time on my face, neck region, buttocks,...
Posted by An_264698
About 10 months ago, I got red circles on skin that expanded over time on my face, neck region, buttocks, front genital area and so on. Anti-fungal cream and Ketoral tablets (Ketoconazole) seemed to work. After irregular but several series of medication, the skin condition is now confined to my buttock region only.[br>[br>Kindly observe the image and suggest me if it is just fungi or early phase of skin cancer. I am so stressed by this skin condition, especially because it is not going away even after 10 months. I'd be highly grateful.
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