i have a bunch of red bumps. orginally there was only a couple on the shaft of my penis in january and i went to my doctor worried it could be an std. he told me it looked like inflamed hair folloculs and said it should go away in time. now its 4 months later and the red bumps have spread to my scrotom, pubic hair area and now the inside of my legs. the largest the bumps get are 1-3mm and when i pick at them they bleed. some have single hairs growing from them and they can be kibd of flaky after i wash the area and the bumps are kind of shiny and and dried feeling. im going back to my dr in 2 weeks (earliest i could get a time) they do not hurt unless i pick at them and there is no pattren to to where they grow. anyone have any idea? thanks
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