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OnlyBoy
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Um, hi. This is my first post. Im new at this and not sure if im doing this right. I live with my mom and 3 sisters so i dont have anyone that i can ask about certain feelings and stuff that i have. The problem is, the opening of my um member down there, it is kind of dark around. Also when I pull the skin down there is a black lump under some of the veins. Im scared. I didnt notice it before. Could somone help me pretty please?
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LilBlueSmurf
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The 'opening to your member' is called the urethra. This is where urine and ejaculate passes through.

... Unfortuneatly, i think this is where my help ends

For the discolouration and lump you'll probably need to see your doctor. We're not doctors and are unable to examin you online; you need to see someone who can examin you and offer some reassurance and/or treatment.


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OnlyBoy
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ok. thank you. I have a yearly checkup coming up so i will ask then. Im a bit shy with my doctor though. im afraid that my mummy will find out something and yell at me. i guess i dunt have a choice. what;s ejaculate? should i ask my doctor too? maybe she will no.
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JamsessionVT
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Ejaculate is basically the semen that is ejected from the males penis when he is sexually aroused. Semen is made up of sperm, and various liquids made in glands in the male's body such as lubrication, nutrients, and protection for the sperm.

As for asking your doctor, any medical practice is supposed to be held under a confidentiality code, meaning they can't tell unless you give the OK, unless the situation is life threatening. So you can defintely ask your doctor about this, but, if she does tell you mother what you discuss, you need to firmly ask her not to say anything.

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OnlyBoy
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So that's what you call it. I was wondering what that was. Thank a lot. I will talk to my doctor and tell her strictly not to say anything. thanks a bunch.
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