My boyfriend and I went to a walk-in-clinic the other week because we had colds, but he also had a bump on his penis he wanted to have checked out. I left the room but when we left the clinic he told me the doctor told him he had genital warts. He only looked at them he didn't do any kind of tests. He only has two bumps, they are very small, seem a bit raised from the skin, a little darker than his skin color, and they don't burn or itch, and they haven't bled. He's had one of them since at least July, and it hasn't gotten any bigger, at least not noticeably. I never felt it during sex, but I felt it during oral sex. It reminds me of the skin tag I have on my neck, and I said that from the very beginning the day he found out, before I even knew what a "skin tag" was called. I just referred to it as a mole. We are willing to post pictures of them if that's allowed...But until then, do you think it's possible he was misdiagnosed? How well is a walk in clinic doctor trained to know just by looking? I'm going for a papsmir in about a week to get checked out myself but if we can get any info to ease our minds until then that would be awesome. Note: He's had quite a few sexual partners, but he always used condoms and seldom had oral sex. I read that skin tags can be caused by condoms.