I was diagnosed with HPV 2 years ago and my wife and I are regularly tested. My Dr prescribed condylox for the warts and it got rid of them quick. Sometimes they try to come back and I use the Rx for them. However, I have noticed small dark brown slightly raised things that look like moles on the shaft and base of the penis. I am also being treated for low testosterone and recieve a testosterone injection every three weeks. It seems these spots become a little more pronounced since. Is this a type of wart or what? The spots are not painful nor do I have any other symptoms. The Rx does not seem to work on them. Sorry about the graphic pictures but I thought it was the best way to show you.
I can't access your pictures. Your description sounds less like warts abd more like cysts or other benign and common and ordinary parts of the penis. You'll need to see a doctor in person for a definitive diagnosis, though.
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