Hi. I have three dots of the right side of the head of my penis. This morning I just saw them while taking a shower. The day before I didn't notice anything. I have been matter bating the last couple of days so I thought it would have something to do with it. Again there small three dots that are not smooth. As I touched them they were tiny bumps. They have a color brown with maybe some red. I just wanted to ask to be sure
Hi and welcome. Some times red dots occur there when taking certain medications. Ive had them before and the doctor prescribed cloderm and did go away but comes back every 6 months or so. He said that meds can bring out an allergic reaction that ends up on the penis tip for some medical reason.
Have you had unprotected oral, anal or vaginal sex with a stranger lately?
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