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Around 3 years ago I noticed one side of my penis tip has a dump. It was flesh colored and not painful. Over the last year and half I have noticed that it has become more sensitive and addition, also have two other bumps that have come about, which are smaller in size. My MD thought it was a skin allergy, so I changed my soap and did all the standard stuff. I saw a urologist and he said it was nothing and that uncircumcised penises have thinner skin. In all honesty, he took 5 seconds to say you are fine and sent me on my way. I am uncircumcised and not sexually active nor have I ever been. I don't really have any other symptoms aside from the bumps and the sensitivity, which is quite annoying. Basically I have ruled out STDs and skin allergy. I am worried that it could be penile cancer, but statically speaking it would be very unlikely. Any suggestions on what it could be? Should I see a urologist or dermatologist?
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