I could really use some help on this I'm a wreck at the moment, so I went to the doctors because I had 6 reddish bumps come up on my pubic area... None on my scrotum and none on my penis... So th doctor looked at it quickly and said it was warts and burned ( nitro) them off. Then a few days later I went to my personal doctor and he said that he believes that it is not genital warts because I have never had a break out and have not slept with anyone for 2 years and 3 months and as well said he thinks it could be regular warts because it is not acctualy on my genitals and only in my pubic area. He did not get to look at them before they burned them off and said we cant do I biopsy but is pretty sure it is not and had said it with confidence. Please give me your idea I'm just so broken over this
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