Hello I am a 14 year old male for the past year or so I have notice a lot of flesh colorerd bumps on the rim or shaft of my penis. I am still a virgin but my girlfriend wants to have sex but I am not sure if this is an STD or just like pimples down there. I just need to know what they are and if it is contagious.
If you are a virgin, then there is no way you have an STD. There is no way anyone here can tell you what the bumps are (you would have to see a doctor for that), but the skin on the penis is very thin, and normal hair follicles often look like small flesh-colored bumps. Pimples and infected hair follicles on the penis are also very common. The best way to make sure you don't get or give someone an STD (or a baby) is to use a condom. Keep it safe every time!
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