I get things like that on my scrotum, anal area and everywhere on my body. They turn out to be pimples and boils, eventually surfacing with a head that pops. Yes, very itchy, painful and quite unpleasant.
If it does not go away soon or stays a lump and never surfaces you should see your doctor for evaluation and treatment. I wouldn't wait more than a week or so before getting it checked out.
You are doing it too much if it causes physical pain, or you become obsessed and do that instead of any other activity. For example, if you stay home to masturbate that is too much. Also, if you get accustomed to having an orgasm only this way it may be a bit of an adjustment when you have sex with a woman as it is different.
I completely agree that communication is vital for any relationship and that men and women use different methods of communication.
My wife and I will be celebrating 25 years of wedded bliss next March 26, 2013. Communication has always been an integral part of our marriage. When my wife want to tell me something, she will tell the whole story and then get to the point. As I am listening I am trying to be patient, hear what she is saying, and not shout "GET TO THE POINT ALREADY!!". LOL I start with the results or the bottom line as I call it, and then give the background.
It is just a matter of caring enough about the other person and valuing the relationship enough to work through things like this. Sometimes it is hard, but always worth the effort.View Thread
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