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On the bottom of my penis, just below the head, I have a very small dot sized growth on my penis. It is black in color, and about the size of a pencil dot on a paper. I do believe it is a slight growth, but it is so small. I have no symptoms whatsoever, I don't even know how long I've had it. I am not sexually active.
I have the same thing, it is a blackish colored dot, on the head near the ring. It is about the size of a pencil eraser (little smaller), it doesn't itch or burn, in fact I didn't even know it was there until last week. I am also not sexually active.
I'm almost sure it isn't harmful although I would like recommendations on how to get rid of it if thats even possible.
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