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Bumps on Penis Shaft please help

I have had these bumps on the shaft of my penis where the doctor obviously missed a spot while circumcising. They are really small bumps, but cause no pain, no discomfort whatsoever. They are almost a purple color and sometimes one will look like it fills up with blood like a tiny blood blister or something, but it is not painful or itchy or nothing they are just there.  I have had this for years now and been sexual active without a condom with my wife and it has not been passed on. I am uncomfortable with going to the doctor so I thought I would get an opinion on here first to see if I could maybe get an answer as to what they may be. Any help is appreciated.
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that's a bad circumcision! If you had this for years it's most likely nothing to worry about. to put your mind at ease see a Urologist about the bumps  
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yea i know he really messed up his cuts but it has never bothered me. Just wanted to get some input to see if anyone else had these bumps
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They look like angiokeratoma, which are more common and the scrotum but can be anywhere on the body. Google that to look at pictures. You should show it do a doctor. Nobody can tell what it is from a picture. You might consider getting that circumcision cleaned up a little too.
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