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small bump painless and a little pink on the rim of my penis
So i have a question, i need your help tring to figure out whats on my penis, it doesnt hurt, doesnt burn just a little pink raised bump on rim of penis, do you think it can be irritation or do you think its something else kinda just appeared out of no where ,, please try to help me figure out what it is.
the way you describe it, like the one i had exactly..
then my dr diagnose it as genital wart..
see a doctor and if he said its wart
dont distroy it, make hpv pcr test
so you will know the type..
if its not wart let me know maybe you will give me a hope .. good luck (:
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