recently I had unprotected sex with my girl freind of 2.5 years. 3-4 days later a flat bright red spot apeared on the head of my penis (top). It was maybe 2mm. It faded quickly and was gone in 2 days. the day after It faded I got another one (slightly to the left of the first) I used hydrocuartisone cream and again it was gone with in 2 days. It has not happened since (over a month) There was no itching or bump (maybe a tiny darker red dot in the middle)infact the first on I didn't notice in the shower but later in the morning. The spots were longer than round and had no bumps. I had no symtoms and only noticed them by sight.
We have only had unprocted sex this one time, and are exclusive in our relationship. I have seen picture of herpes and this really didn't look like that. What could it have been, yeast?
You are right that the red bumps you described do not sound like herpes. Herpes produces blisters which last 5 to 10 days, rather than coming or going as quickly as the once you had. Yeast is not likely either. most probably, you had a mild irritation or dermatitis, which is quite common after friction whether from sex or otherwise. If you get it again, try hydrocortisone; if that works in short order, dermatitis is almost certainly the problem.
after sexual intercourse,i get a redness and a fine little line that appears to be a tear below the head of my penis,there is a little blood,i have been treated for psoriasis and after applying a medication it heals and goes away...it seems to occur from the friction of the intercourse...any suggestions or answers to this problem
I WAS IN A HOT TUB LAST SUNDAY AND HAD SEX. I HAD TO PUSH PAINFULLY HARD, I NEW THAT I HAD HURT MYSELF. TWO DAYS LATER MY PEE BEGAN TO BURN, AND I HAVE NOTICED A TEAR AT THE BASE OF MY HEAD. IM UNCERCUMZIESD AND WORRIED THAT THIS TEAR AND BURNING I GET IS HERPES, WHAT ARE THE CHANCES THAT IT ALL MIGHT BE JUST TRAUMA TO THE PENIS? THANK YOU.
I have had bumps on the head of my penis (towards the rim on the superior side) nearly all my life. As I have aged, they have become more pronounced. I have asked my doctor, and he has said that they were simply enlarged papilli. I find them very unnatractive and I am wondering if there is anything I can do to get rid of them, perhaps without surgery, if that can even be done. Thank you for your help.
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