red sensitive spots on penis

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  1. rottenpieces

    rottenpieces New Member

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    so i was at the beach the other day and after staying in the water for a while, my penis got very sensitive and it kinda hurt whenever it brushed against the shorts. after i changed to normal clothes, whenever i walked around the penis head was very sensitive whenever it touched my boxers and i noticed that it had some red ares that were kinda painful/sensitive to touch. did anyone ever have this kinda problem b4?
     
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    salt water + jerk burn?
     
  3. rottenpieces

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    no...that's not it
     
  4. metalfan111

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    maybe its sea lice. ive gotten that before in my boxer area after being in the ocean and i had the same symptoms as u.

    if it is sea lice, there is nothing u can do about it. it will go away in anywhere from 2 days to 2 weeks.
     
  5. rottenpieces

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    sea lice eh? i hope it's nothign serious....haha
     
  6. metalfan111

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    i'm not saying that is what it is, but u should get it checked out.
     
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    I've gotten irritation down there from sea water, not on my penis but groin/ass area. it went away in about a week and never came back. just little red bumpy things that were kinda itchy\hurt.

    its ether from somthing in the water or you have the herps. if they come back in 6 months you'll know. if you still got the sores go see a doc, they can do a test but only when you have an active outbreak.
     
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    Sounds like sea lice to me, which is actually tentacles of jellyfish that have fallen off but float around in the water and brush up against you. I've had it on my legs and stomach before, nothin to worry about as it goes away pretty quick.
     
  9. rottenpieces

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    update

    it's still red but it aint sensitive like yesterday and looks like it is healing
    i guess it's from the water cuz it never happened b4.
     
  10. metalfan111

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    I was told from the pharmacist that sea lice is jellyfish lava.
     
  11. ptwiggens

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    This is condition us surfers call "crotchicitis."

    Treatment:
    Keep baby powder with you and apply to sensitive areas whenever needed.
     
  12. Nikkorizz

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    Acutally, I've had this happen to me before.
    One time I went swimming out in the ocean and then afterwards walked around for an hour still soaked. As I walked around, the salt/sand between my thighs (I'm a girl) chafted my skin as I walked and my thighs rubbed together. It kind of hurt at the time, but I just ignore it.

    When I got home, I washed off the sand and salt and thought nothing of it.

    The next day, it was all red, bumpy and sore, much like a rash. Eventually, it scabbed up.

    But it healed in time.
     

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