Ok I got circumcised in August which is about 4 months ago and had a couple questions at the end of the curve of the head of my penis I see some speckled spots along the ring of it, I dont know what it is. I used to have smegma so I thought it could be that but i tried washing it off and it doesnt come off and near the bottom of the scar there seems to be more noticeable small white lumps as i tried to wash it and pull at it, it seems to be part of the skin, I dont know what this is, has anyone come across something like it? Another question is, I still have a noticeable scar does this ever go away? I especially notice it after i masturbate as the ring around seems to get big and thick. Answers to these questions would be greatly apprectiated.
Help! Couple Questions
Welcome to A2A, circjesse.
The speckled spots might be Pearly Penile Papules. They are common and normal and they were always there and are just more exposed now.
I'm not sure what the white lumps near the scar are. They may be sebaceous glands, which are normal, just become more visible.
A circumcision scar does remain for life, though you should find it gradually gets less noticeable.
Not to change the subject.... (Buzzer sound off and lights flash...Railroading the thread)
I was just wondering if you can you tell the difference when you're having sex now?
What is your answer to the fifty million dollar question?
Is sex better cut or uncut....
I would think that you couldn't get a realistic answer after 4 months. It might take years before the newly circumcised penis becomes "worn in" even then... is it the same as having been exposed for 15, 20, 30 years?
Why did you decide on a V-neck when you've had a turtle neck your whole life?
hey circjesse. everyones different as far as scars go but I think your scar will continue to improve in appearance til you been cut for 12 months or more. at least that was my experience. you probably will always have a noticable scar. even most guys circumcised at birth do. now about 3 years after my circ the scar is the same color as the surrounding skin but you can still see where the stitches were in the sun.
Ahhh, I see. I knew turtle necks went out in the seventies. Everyone started wearing V-necks. Now the retro fad says to wear turtle necks again but you said hell nah, I'll stick to my V-Neck.Well, I wasn't aware of the latest fad of being uncut. Are you sure that being uncut is more prevalent these days in the USA?