something is wrong, i am 16 years old, never had sex, suffering from depression and worried. i have had these what looks to be warts on my penis, i have ejaculated a few times before and blood has come out(i think this means and std?) but i can still masturbate and it is regular. recently i have started twitching a lot and i am not sure why this is happening, please dont tell me i should see a doctor.
What was your sexual history? You said you have started twitching. Eye twitch? muscle spasms? involuntary muscle twitches? Any other odd symptoms? Sore throat? Headaches? Tiredness? neck cracks? vertigo? light/sound/smell sensativaties?
If you've never had sex then it's very unlikely you've got an STD. It is within the realms of possibility you could have caught something from receiving oral sex, although this is unlikely.
How big are the 'warts' on your penis? Google 'Fordyce spots' and see if these look like what you've got. These are completely normal!
However blood during ejaculation is not normal - neither is the twitching if it's a new occurrence. I DO think you should see a doctor because of this, but you shouldn't worry about the problem being a sexually transmitted one.
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