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    jluvl

    Sounds like a cyst to me. Those things are bloody annoying. Doctors can usually surgically remove them and it's not too bad of a procedure.

    , jluvl

    posted in Miscellaneous Medical Problems read more
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    jluvl

    I've never consumed my own ejaculate. I find it somewhat disgusting, but that's my own opinion. Everyone has a different opinion and thus, I respect yours.

    , jluvl

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    jluvl

    Hello,
    I don't plan on having sex for a while (I am 16 years of age), but would still like to know how it is possible to get STDs? I am unsure how they are transferred or "made." I mean, what if both you and the partner are clean, but say you then have sex with someone else months later? I mean, I hope I will have only one partner, but if it came to that, I would want to know I was clean. I would use a condom in both situations unless I was ready to settle down. I was thinking about trying different kinds of sex, but didn't want to risk STDs. I would appreciate any help. Thanks

    , jluvl

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    jluvl

    Hello there fizlin86. It is probably just an infected lymph node. These usually are nonproblematic and go away after several days. I have had infected lymph nodes before (due to sinuses and such I think) and they are only a nuisance and never caused any pain or sickness. All in all, I don't think it is much to worry about.

    , jluvl

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    jluvl

    Well I clean myself thoroughly everyday and I don't think I've ever had that problem. This is the first time I've been informed of "smegma", however. Still, I don't think I've ever had those problems. I am circumcised, so would that still mean that buildup is possible?

    , jluvl

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    jluvl

    I would like to thank you both for your kind comments. Have a good day.

    , jluvl

    posted in Male Genitalia read more
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    jluvl

    I am 16 and I have moderate acne. I am getting much less outbreaks now that I am on medication such as doxycyclene (antibiotic) and tazorac topical creme. Some days I skip them and the next day I am just fine, but if I skip too many days I have outbreaks and quite oily skin in the mornings. Mostly I have mild cystic acne (acne under the skin) around my jawline and on my neck, but you can't notice it and I don't have much of it. I am wondering what can reduce blemishes because some areas of my skin remain irritated (reddish-tint) even though there is no visible acne there. Any advice? Thanks

    , jluvl

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    jluvl

    I don't like huge breasts that could knock somebody down in the halls if they turned in their direction. C cups are probably a good size in my opinion, but B is also as good. D cups and above are no-nos for me. If a girl is only an A cup, then that is just as well with me. So while personality is the largest factor for me, I don't want to wake up every morning to an unattractive woman. That's a bad way to start off the day and you could perform less at your job. You wake up smiling until you take a look at what's next to you... ack. Thus, 60% would be personality and 40% would be looks for me. B and C cups are more preferable, but A cups would do me just fine. Have a good day everyone.

    , jluvl

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    jluvl

    Thank you for you reply, sdp! I think I am pleased with myself and I think everyone should be pleased with themselves. Have a good day.

    , jluvl

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    jluvl

    Hello mooby. I am experiencing similar problems, but perhaps not as low of grades as you have. However, my problems are cured with Zoloft (which helps more than just depression as I am not depressed). You should perhaps consult a doctor and see if your chemical levels in your brain need balancing with medication. If you have any problems you need help with, just reply to this post and I may give you my e-mail if you want it. Otherwise, just try not to worry to much. If your problems still persist, seek a counselor. I usually don't like school counselors and thus, I sought help from a professional. Have a great day.

    Sincerely, jluvl

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