i had a risky sexual exposure a little over 4 months ago. i have been blood tested numerous times and negative for everything. i was treated with diflucan for a yeast infection, and azithromycin, both just to be safe, not because the doctor specifically knew what was wrong. the skin was irritated around the rim, and a dermatologist gave me desonide cream, which fixed that. However, since this incident, there is stilll, after all the treatments and creams, a reddish bump appeared is on the inside tip of my urethra. it sometimes causes irritation when i am walking around. it is especially evident if my penis is hard, and harder to see normally. a couple different doctors have looked at it now, and not known what it was, but once again, it is almost unnoticeable unless the penis is harder. i am suspecting that it is hpv and the doctors just could not diagnose it correctly because they couldnt see it, but am wondering if anyone else had any other ideas of what it could possibly be. thanks.
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