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Just wondering what some doctors or people that know what HPV genital warts look like on the penis.
There is a skin colored bump on the top right side of my shaft. Some times it looks pink and inflamed and other times its just skin colored and tiny. Does this look like some kind of STD or anything. I've been really worried about it so any responses will help.
To be honest I can't really see anything...
Warts can resemble many things, each individual person is different. Sometimes they can be so minor that doctors have to use a magnifying glass. Get checked, if you have ever had sex - protected or unprotected, you are at risk of carrying an STD. Better to be safe than sorry
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