I got red dots on my penis head

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i recently noticed these and dont know what they are help imageimageimage

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    somone help i used a new soap coukd this be the cause ?

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      Hi John, sorry only just got to your message now. I have been successfully dealing with symptoms like this for the best part of 10 years. Simply confirm you are still receiving these messages by replying and I will give the full details of what you need to do .........

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      So what you need to do is entirely change your daily routine with regard to how you treat the skin of your penis. I am going to post a detailed guide of what to do below. It is not aimed at you specifically - but at all Men suffering the level of symptoms that you have now.

      The fundamental is getting you penile Hygiene right, and what I specify takes into consideration everything that can have a negative impact on the skin of the entire penis, and in particular, the head and foreskin area that are most susceptible to the wrong kinds of things.

      Read through the guide carefully and try and put as much of it in place as you can. I know you mention a new soap, but it is most likely things were going wrong before this. Washing and drying the head and foreskin area of the penis is the thing to focus on, AND you should never apply anything to it that is petroleum oil based - so this is the likes of Baby Oil and the majority of skin creams, lotions and moisturisers. If you use a Lube of any kind, try doing without using it for 3 or 4 weeks - and implement what I say in the guide.

      Towards the end I mention what to do if symptoms remain after 3 or 4 weeks, such as use of soap powders, and an alternative to this. Let me know how you are getting on in 3 or 4 weeks time by updating your Forum Post here - as ever, if things turn worse - seek professional medical advice ......



      Penile Hygiene Regime to Combat Specific Problems


      The best approach is not to use ANY SOAP on the Glans / Head of your penis - wash with water only EVERY time you have urinated, after sexual arousal, and ejaculation. If you are not circumcised, protect the Glans of your penis every time you take a shower by drawing the foreskin as far forward as you can, then wash everywhere else, thoroughly rinse off all the gels / shampoo and suchlike, then expose your glans wash it with the water only using the inside of your hand, then each time you have washed it you must make sure to 100% pat dry immediately afterwards with a towel.


      After you have put this in place and you still have the situation going on you need to look at what else your penis is coming into contact with on a fairly regular basis.  The likely suspects are:-

      • any chemical compounds such as skin cream / lotions, baby oil, oil based lubes, chemicals inside condoms (e.g. easy-on and spermicides) you need to exclude these one by one to discover the culprit, the easiest approach is to exclude everything to start with, then once things are on the mend, introduce each individual item to discover what has caused this in the first place.
      • if non of these make any difference you need to look to things such as washing powder in which you wash your clothes, and underwear in, in particular.  The simple alternative to washing powder is Liquid Soap Flakes, most sizeable supermarkets stock this in their own brand names - and you use this in your washing machine instead of powders or ANY fabric conditioner type additives.

        If all this produces no resolution to what you have, or your condition dramatically worsens, seek medical advice from your regular Doctor - but please note, many do not fully understand the differences between the potential skin conditions you may potentially have.  Therefore, the better course of action may be to see a Dermatologist, or alternatively, go to a Specialist Sexual Health Service and ask to see the duty Urologist.

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