I recently developed a roundish blister below the shaft on the sack. Along that line that goes along the primary vein of sorts on the shaft. I've looked into the STD section and nothing seems to match, and I haven't any any risky sex in quite a while. Just the same person, who also hasn't been with anyone else. I like to just make sure whether or not I should visit the doc. I shaved recently, which is something I rarely do instead of trimming. And I wasn't sure that may have had something to do with it. It just appeared there last night after masturbating. If i am breaking any rules by posting the pic i am very sorry, I just thought a pic would possibly get better results. I made it as G-rated as i possibly could View Thread
I can't afford to go to the doctor if its nothing. They aren't cheap these days, and $150 just for him to tell me there's nothing wrong isn't affordable. Not because I don't want to, but because I don't have it.View Thread
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