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Little black dots ..

Hello good afternoon I've been having a little like dots on at the skin of my attention for the last two years I do know it's not a STD but could anyone please tell me the name of this so I can be very knowledgeable thank you anyways
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207091 tn?1337709493
Sorry - on the skin of your what? I think you have an autocorrect, and I can usually figure them out, but am lost on this one. :(

Different causes of black spots on your penis can be melanosis - https://www.healthline.com/health/penile-melanosis

It might also be Angiokeratoma of Fordyce - https://www.healthline.com/health/mens-health/black-spots-on-scrotum

If you didn't mean around your genitals, let us know. :)

134578 tn?1614729226
Jessi, I'm wondering if the phrase "a little like dots" here is autocorrect's version of either "little light dots" or "little white dots." Sounding it out, I can't get it to sound like little black dots.

Still working on "at the skin of my attention," though.
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Right? I'm pretty good with autocorrects, but this one has me stumped lol. Even if he was using a voice thing, I can't figure it out.

Autocorrect stinks lol.
Oh! I didn't notice that the title clearly says "black." lol
Maybe "at the skin" is "foreskin."

And it has caught his attention for the last two years?
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