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Dear Doc i had protected sex 1,5 year ago after 3-4 months i have got small red dots painelss and sometime itchy and color of penis chnge iittle beat this dots are not in fom of any ring or etc and are not filled with fluid can you please suggest what is it these dots are there for more than one year and if i wash it with cold water itching goes away is it some serious concern
There are no doctors here in the support forum. If you want a doctors advice you have post in the expert forum. If these dots have been there for over a year this is not herpes. Herpe outbreaks come and go and are not constantly there, especially for a year. You need to be seen by a doctor for a proper examination. If you have had these symptoms for that long how come you haven't been seen?
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