About a week ago, I started to look at my penis head more closely as I seemed to have masturbated quite vigorously and wanted to see if there was any tearing. I noticed that there was a brownish discoloration on the head about 5mm in width, a smaller whitish discoloration, and a pin-like spot (think it's brown too). It's virtually not visible when my penis is erect.
I got an STD a few months ago which came back cleared and only have had sex with my girlfriend a few times after that. There was however, one possible encounter that I had about 2 months ago with a friend but because we were so intoxicated, we don't really remember. However, we both are pretty sure that nothing happened. I have no symptoms, discharge or discomfort.
I think this is something that may have been there before but I just started noticing. Actually it's only noticeable if I look closely at the head. However, could this be a result of what 'may have' happened 2 months ago?
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