About 3 weeks ago, I noticed a very small redish/pinkish bump on the left side of my shaft. Within a week it went away but then a spot on the top of my shaft just above where the scar of my circumcision is, something else appeared. Its very small, and its very slightly raised. I think I can feel it if I scrape my finger nail across it. It doesnt hurt or anything like that. Its really hard to see because it is flesh colored. The only way I am able to for sure see it is when I put a flashlight to it and then it looks like a small shiny scar spot. Its been there now for maybe 2 weeks? It has not grown in size or anything like that. I have been looking at pictures of HPV in men non stop and I cant find anything that looks like what I have but I know I should not rule it out.
This is the closest picture I could find online that kinda looks like what I have. The difference is that mine is obviously raised like this one is and nor does mine have that texture/look.
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