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The dryness of the skin is not syphillis, which usually presents as a painless red and raised lesion at first that then turns into an ulceration. It looks like just localized irritation of the skin at the head of the penis which should continue to resolved.However, if you had pain or discharge from the penis or other red, raised lesions, I would recommend making an appointment with your doctor for further evaluation.
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