About 3 months ago, i noticed extremely small bumps in my genital area. They are less than 1/2 millimeter (some smaller). They'll appear one day, and are gone within 3-4 days. They are skin colored, and are almost unnoticeable. I'll generally have between 1 and 15 of them at any time. They don't appear in the same spots once they go away. I have noticed them on the scrotum, lower shaft of the penis, and a small few in the area between the scrotum and anus. There is no pain, and no itching. I did constult a doctor, worried that it was HPV (My ex-wife had HPV, but it had been in remission for 3 years before i knew her, all the way through our relationship). The doctor said it was not HPV, but was not sure what it could be. He seemed reasonably sure it was just a normal "skin problem" and suggested i ignore it unless it got worse.
I am however worried about it, and would greatly appreciate your opinion.
Hi I also have the bumps but they are present all the time and are really small and skin colored, I dont think they are any kind of disease, they are only in spots where hair grows so I am thinking it may be something normal but im not sure, they never itch , burn or get irritated and I have never had any sexual contact so it couldnt be a std, I have had physicals before and the doctor hasnt said anythgin about the bumps so I assume its just soemthing normal, also I have two small bumps (bigger than the ones on my genitals, but not real big) and I have no idea what they are, they never itch get irritated or burn, the bumps are not hard at all like a wart and just feel like extra skin that is in 2 bumps, so I was wondering if you have any ideas on what it could be and note that I have never had sexual contact with anyone, thank you
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