I forgot to mention that the fordyce spots are on my penis not lips
Fordyce spots are oil glands, and they are totally normal and necessary. You don't need to or should want to pop them. You should leave them alone. I think I've mentioned this to you before, right? ;)
You asked about clear fluid back in Sept. If it's a bump, it's not herpes. If it has fluid, it's not a wart.
Have you gone to the doctor? You really should. A doctor can tell you for sure that what you are seeing is normal, and maybe a doctor can get you to leave them alone, and you can talk to your doctor about your anxiety. As I said before, you deserve to find peace with this. :)
Awesome auntie jess for the save lol. Yes you have. I've seen a doctor about the fordyce spots and got then diagnosed a couple years ago. The bumps are the same, so I'm confident that's what they are. I am also seeing a professional for counseling. Shes working with me for my anxiety. She agreed low risk and thinks that the best thing to do is stay off the internet unless it's to read your previous replies to instil a sense of relief. I myself was trying to find any connection to even further move away from the "std" view point. I was certain that it was a fordyce spot but dr google had nothing but one post from dr hook saying that it's normal for fordyce spots to sometimes secrete clear fluid when popped. Which is what made me anxious. As always I'm extremely thankful for your time and care. I promise you its helped me, even if it doesn't seem like it.
I'll also add there wasnt any pain or anything. It also wasnt anything I recently noticed. As far as I know it's one that has been there for so long. And since I've been so closely watching my genitals I'm fairly certain. I'm a picker, when I feel an imperfection or bump on my skin I pick and it and scratch it until the skin is smooth. And im naturally an anxious person anything I dont completely understand drives me crazy. Hence why not finding much info on popped fordyce and fluid brought me here. My counselor thinks I might have OCD.