I just now noticed red blots all over my glans, they are barely visible when the penis is soft ( I don't know the term in english) but when erect they are more clear. I have recently had sex without a condom (she is on the pill) but she has not had unprotected sex with other men. I believe i have noticed something similar if not the same, before, but now there is also a wound-ish type of rash on my glans that looks like a rope burn or scrape wound. The last time I saw those spots i was worried but they went away very quickly. I assumed these would too but then I noticed the wound or whatever you should call it and it got me worried. It itches a bit when the foreskin is over the glans and I rub it. It is not painful but very worrying. If you are a licensed doctor I am comfortable with sending you a picture if my description is unsatisfying. Please reply quickly!
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