HELLO i am 20 years old. i saw that my penis head its kinda reddish the tip. it also has a fishy smell and white creamy stuff. i also have dots on the penis skin head. nothing hurts,everything its normal i have no discharge but i am really scared it might be a infection or a std?? i have four pictures for u and if u can take a look and let mi own what it could be. thank you soo much.
Pictures you had posted are blurry, but based on what you described – recently developed glans erythema (redness), penile papules, and white, creamy and smelly secretion are possible symptoms of an infective disease. You have not really provided any information about duration of symptoms or risk factors. It is recommended to see a dermatologist as soon as possible for clinical evaluation and set of diagnostic tests. Sexually transmitted diseases should be investigated.
Wishing You Optimal Health,
Dr. Jasmina Jankicevic
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