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hi im gerald
ive been noticing many tiny small raised dots on my top part of my penis head.
i feel no pain or discomfort.
but, its just been bothering me because when i look at it, it looks like a patch of dots all bunch together.
when im erect it dissapears, but some dots remain.. looking like small white dots.
its not in the bottom of my penis glan.
its right on the top middle of it. i think its starting to spread towards the side of my penis head, i dont see any other dots like this around my penis, just the penis head.
ive been sexually active, soo im just scared it could be a STD.
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