hi ive recieved oral sex from a low risk parterner about a month ago and recently ive noticed i have a medium sized painless rash like appearance on the left base of my penis it dosent hurt and sometimes itches its not ulcer like its flush with my penis i show no symptoms of any STD's recently i noticed another one forming more to the underside of my penis i do skateboard and wear pants so i think it might be fungal from sweating although i do shower 1 to 2 times a day i just wanted to get someones opinion on my situation. thank you
i had that problem, it was red and sometimes itched, first on one side then the other, and it would go away then reappear out of nowhere .... now i have weird bumps on my wang... i dont know what from though... hopefully someone can help you more than i can. :[
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