I recently had unprotected sex with a girl I knew little of other than that she was a friend of a friend. A few days afterwords I noticed I had developed a mark on my penis very similar to a bug bite. It has no swelling and no odd coloration and is hardly noticeable except from a profile view. It also has no fluid so it cannot be popped. It doesn't bother me except when I handle my penis while urinating or cleaning myself in the shower or while masturbating. At which times it itches incessantly. Then stops as soon as any of the above are finished. I wasn't worried about it at first due to its similarity to a bug bite but now that it has been a few weeks and hasn't gone away I'm very concerned. I have no way of contacting the woman I had sex with to ask her so I'm hoping for any advice I can get. Please help me.
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