Hi I am 18 years old and I am very worried about two red spots (lesions?) that have shown up on my penis. I first noticed them about three weeks ago but thought they could've just been from masturbating without lube. I then stopped masturbating for a few days but it didn't seem to change anything. The red spots don't itch or hurt at all. I haven't had sex in about 7 months. The last girl I had sex with said she was clean. She gave me a blowjob and then we had protected sex. I don't think I have any history of skin conditions, but every so often, my chest will get a red rash. Please help before I have to awkwardly approach my mom about scheduling a doctor's appointment.
Hi one of my friends was tested for syphilis and had it.he was given a penicillin shot . About 9 hours after treatment he touched my hand and neck. he had no rash on his hands but only a little on his chest. do i need to be concerned.
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