Of course I've seen a urologist, I was circumsized for this reason, about half my life ago, after I had to self diagnose it as a kid. THere was fusion at the part of the corona where the frenulum attaches to about an inch wide along the corona. And when the urologist circumsized me, he just cut the outter skin off and left the inner skin attached to where it was. Hard to explain. But he sure did a sh!T job I can tell you that. Scarred all up. I made a big deal about it and he said nothing to do. I went to maybe 3 or 4 others and didn't get any help. But that skin does not look healthy and it gets red if bothered or whatever. It gets inflamed. But I always just though it's because it's just damaged. I think the lesson is if you have bxo and especially fusion, go to a serious cosmetic surgeon. I'm in a worse situation already having been circumsized retard style.
Now this all bothers me big time. But I've had so many health problems and even just my OTHER dick problem symptoms puts this to the backburner. Though I will say that skin looks like squamous cell carcinoma waiting to happen IMO. Anyway, can you elaborate on your "skin fusion is very serious" comment. And also, do you think this could have any relation to my other problems, either coming or sticking around so long?View Thread
If one had balanitis, and there was fusion of skin to the coronal sulcus, and the person was circumsized, but some skin was left fused to the corona , could balanitis under the fused skin live, could there still be infection present?View Thread
You don't have a tumor, you probably somewhat injured yourself being too rough, until it gets better don't masturbate or touch it or anything until a couple weeks AFTER the pain and swelling are gone. . If it hurts that means bad. If the problem persists, you ABSOLUTELY SHOULD tell your parents and go to a doctor, it's nothing to get embarrassed about. The swelling could be this, or may not be:
Your doctor knows little to nothing about hormone replacement therapy (HRT), and unfortunately the endocrinologist likely won't either (not to say for certain). Even the average poster over at that forum I just linked will know MUCH more. That's just the sad state of things at the moment. I've been through it, the ignorance is truly amazing. But there are a handful of doctors that focus on this that are great. All that really matters though is if you are having SYMPTOMS, there are a number of reasons that "152" is possibly useless, and not telling at all. Anyway head over to that site I linked.View Thread