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Age 25 Virgin Masterbate: not doing from 4 months Non alcoholic Non smoker Mere pennis uncircumcised h or jab mai apni for skin ko pull karta hu to jaha se khaal chipki huyi h whaa pe ek white stuff skin ke andar tak chipka hua h kai bar to mai usse khich kar nikal deta hu par kai bar wo itna chota hota h ki pakad me nahi ataa. Wo khal me andar tak dahsa hua h. Mujhe smjh nahi aa rha ye kya h phle to maine socha ye segma hoga halki uss jgha na to koi dard na jalan pr pennis me badbu rehti h kai bar aisi ki jaise poo/ stool me aati h baaki maine urine test karaye semen and kub sb normal h but smjh nahi ata wo cheez kya h jab bhi urine karta hu to kuch urine gravity ki wjah se uss skin joint par chala jata h please help mai uss white stuff ko kaize hatu. Mai koi chimti yaa koi tool ka sahara nahi chahta.

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Dear Mr. lybrate-user. The foul smelling whitish substance is smegma for sure. Uncircumcised men usually face this problem. Smegma is formed by accumulation of dead cells, bacteria and oily akin secretions. It is very essential to not allow it to collect underneath your forskin. Nkt only jt emkts very bad smell, its accumulation may lead to inflammatory and infectious conditions of penis. It may become home to various pathogens which may be transmitted sexually. Chronic inflammatory conditions may pave way for develoling cancerous lesions. So. Always wash your genitals thoroughly with plain water after retracting the forskin. Do it on daily basis while bathing. You may even think kf circumcisions if you want to get rid of it forever.
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