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37 year old man, about a month ago I recievied unprotected oral. Since that time I hav had really bad chaffing in genitals and along penia shaft due to the hot weather( I work outside). I have also been checking penis a lot (only time I have ever did something like this). About a two weeks after encounter noticed many bumps on head of penia when I pull the skin tight. On spot is red and the bumps form a circular pattern when skin is stretched tight. Does this sound like warts of I'm a just being parionoid. The bumps are not red or itchy.
Sounds like it to me, go see a dermatologist or urologist to confirm what they are. Personally, I doubt the unprotected oral was the cause. The virus can lay dormant in people for years and then just show up.
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