So I recently had a fling with a guy who is uncircumsized. Being in the heat of the moment I stupidly agreed to go on with sex despite him not having a condom. We have been having unprotected sex for a few weeks now and recently while giving him head i pulled his foreskin further back only to reveal red bumps/rash all under the skin that usually encases the head. The head, shaft, and everything else is normal/clean but I have never seen that before and I of course freaked out, gagged, and now have an appointment to get tested tomorrow. Does anyone know if this is normal for uncircumcised penises? Like is it a cleanliness issue, does the skin agitate, is it an std? I've never been with a guy who wasn't circumcised and I am freaking out. Please help!
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