I have been involved sexually with my girlfriend for the past two weeks. I never had unprotected sex but i gave her unprotected oral. She had been in many relationships previously, but she said that she did STD and HIV testing and she is fine.
Before her i was dating another girl and we had unprotected oral sex couple of times but not a lot.
Recently my girlfriend found that i have these tiny white dots at the end of the head of the penis. Like there is a slight fold of the head which is covered by inner foreskin (i think the technical name of that area is sulcus but not sure about that). They are in a narrow row but follow along the curve of that region. They havent given me pain till now nor they seem to drip any fluids. Also when i am putting condom on my penis, i feel a wierd obstruction to it exactly around this area. I have to like really push the condom down and it feels like i am crushing something down. Could these tiny dots be because of this.
I am really worried about it. I havent gone for the testing yet. But i am thinking of going soon. I am uncircumsized. Please help me!!
Your description doesn't sound alarming--doesn't sound like herpes, syphilis, warts, or other STD. Pearly penile papules are a normal anatomic variant of many men's penises--although I can't tell if that's what you have.
I gather you are a young person, perhaps still in school. In that case, you and your girlfriend need to have routine STD tests periodically (although your own risk is low, since you apparently haven't had unprotected vaginal sex). See a health care provider; your best bet may be your local public health department STD clinic, where expert care will be available at low (or no) cost by people who will be senstive to the personal issues you may be experiencing, privacy, etc.
Hi There, Thanks a lot for your response. But i didnot use to have those white dots (spherical dots) kinds there. I think they have recently occurred there. I will go to the STD clinic and get myself and my girlfriend testes. Thanks.
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