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About 4 weeks ago the base of my penis was raw on the left side from a lot of sex I assume. Couple days later there was a bump there in the hairs that itched and hurt. A couple more days 3 red bumps appeared on my shaft (red bumps with tiny white heads)on the same side in a line with space in between them, they faded with no crusting or scabbing, then 3 more appeared close by again in a line and same thing, (painful and itchy) got antifungal cream from doc and seemed to go away, when almost gone 3 more came up???? Very frustrating going on 5 weeks now, keeps fading and coming, when they fade the skin does look ashy. Any help is appreciated.
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