three days ago I spotted a little lump on my penis corona, and I am concerned it might be a genital wart. I regularly have unprotected sex with my girlfriend, and three months ago I had unprotected sex with another woman outside of my relationship. However I consider this to be a low risk encounter as she had had her iud inserted recently and when we spoke about it she told me she was tested. The lump itself doesn't look much like the warts pictures I have seen on the internet, so I am thinking it maybe another kind of growth (maybe a lymphocele?), but i want to make sure. I have been masturbating a lot lately with dry hands and the last times I felt my penis was sore afterwards, so maybe this could be a friction lesion? The lump is certainly located in a 'maximum friction area'.
I attach a picture of the lump with different levels of zoom. I already have an appointment with my doctor in a few days, but the anxiety is just killing me.
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