Ok i am really hoping this is harmless. first off i wanna say i masturbate frequently im not ashamed. sometimes 2 or 3 times a day. so im hoping it could be from that. anyway the other day i noticed a small bump on my penis. i had sex.with my gf andit must have bust open and the.pus frm.inside it spread.cause later that day i noticed. it turned to a cluster of small like yellowish bumps. they dnt really itch not painfull at all it doesnt burn to pee or any other symptoms besides dry skin on the penis which i KNOW is.from the frequent masturbation. does anybody have a.clue wat this could be
at this point, you need to avoid sex ( and masturbation ) and follow up on this with your provider. many things it can be, most of which are non-std related. since these are open lesions, you don't want to further irritate them by masturbating and you don't want to risk any normal bacteria from your gf's body causing issues in your genital lesions. be seen tuesday or wednesday and get proper answers.
did you and your gf have full std testing, that included herpes testing, when you started to be sexually active together?
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