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Penis Bumps
Ok, so I had unprotected oral sex once. I gave and received it about 7 weeks ago. After doing this I had these bumps in my mouth so after two weeks I went and got an STD. They tested me by urine and swabbing inside my mouth. All of these test came back negative. The day after I got tested though I notice these tiny little bumps on the back of my penis. So it been six weeks and these bumps are still there. These bumps are like together and they are a bit redish but mostly skin color. There are about ten of them. But then there is like 3 other ones spread out that are the color of my skin. all these bumps are not bigger then 2 mm. I am very nervous if they are a STD! I am scared of getting another STD test because I felt very embarrassed last time because of my age of 15. This was a mistake I made once in my life and never want it to happen again. I would appreciate all help thanks!

P.S Also I am recovering from a cold I have. I feel 100% except for my throat which still have been hurting for the part 5 days. Could this be from this?

P.S.S I still have some swores in my mouth but I don't think their anything. The doctor told me they are just nerves.
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I forgot to add that my partner never did anything like this before either. I am not sure 100% but I am pretty sure this was his first time to.
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If nothing showed as STD, it could be an allergy or something. You can always go back to the dr and question him about the bumps. I have never heard of sore throat causing that affect, but anything is possible. If you have had a sore throat for 5 days and it hurts, you need to see a dr anyway.
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That is what I was thinking but they didn't do a blood test on me.... Also What do you think the reaction could be to?
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Hello,
Without examination, confirmation of a diagnosis is tough but it can be contact dermatitis, rash due to friction rub, folliculitis, cysts ,molluscum contagiosum(multiple, small, dome-shaped papules, often with a central depression or plug) or genital warts(caused by HPV infection).
I think that you should get it evaluated from a dermatologist and get the diagnosis confirmed.

Hope it helps. Take care and please do keep me posted in case you have any additional queries. Kind regards.

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It sounds like "Fordyce Spots" i have them too basically its just a blocked pore. there's no set 'cure', a common recommendation are the same as treating regular spots: Try to open the pores with a hot towel. im not sure if it will work cause that is for if you get it on your lips as well.
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