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Check with your doctor right away if you have unusual changes on your skin and bones, such as stretch marks, broken bones, or joint problems.
In addition, too much use, especially on thin skin areas (for example, face, armpits, groin), may result in thinning of the skin and stretch marks.
To dry-shave, stretch the skin of your scrotum with your fingers.
Do not inject into skin areas that are tender, red, bruised, hard, or have scars or stretch marks.
Do not inject into skin areas that are red, injured, or inflamed, or areas that have scars, tattoos, or stretch marks.
This will allow your doctor to do a manual procedure to stretch and help straighten your penis.
Stretch your penis upward to extend its length, pressing your penis top and bottom.
Do not inject into skin areas that are red, bruised, tender, hard, or have scars or stretch marks.
Do not inject into areas where the skin is tender, bruised, red, hard, thick, scaly, or in areas with scars, stretch marks, or is affected by psoriasis.
Do not inject into skin areas that are tender, red, bruised, hard, or has scars or stretch marks.
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