I don't understand, 91, do you mean you have a scar on the outside (ie., the surface of the skin), or on the inside (ie., the Tunica Albuginea or some other Fascia, under the skin)? My guess is the latter: unless this causes either curvature or loss of sensation due to nerve damage somehow, or maybe it is unsightly and palpable, gettng in the way, I don't see why this should be a problem. Sorry I'm not much help with this, hopefully someone with a better idea will respond to your question.
It is very noticeable, thats the problem.
Well according to tlh777 (if you check out my profile you'll see him listed under "friends") scars can be removed surgically, but only a urologist can tell you exactly what's going on down there. I recommend you see one...
Okay, but I'm kind of young to go see a doctor about it. I would have to tell my parents, which I do not want to do. Is there any creams or something like that I can put on it to help it fade away?
Also, I don't think a urologist could help me on this. My penis has no problems functioning. It just has a large red scar on it.
I don't think you're too young to see a doctor about it, you're mature, etc. It's the doctor's job to be professional, you should see one.
I didn't know that the scar was on the outside... how did it happen?
I think you'll find that this matters alot less to girls than you would imagine.