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Red blotches on penis glans

Hello. I have a question about the glans on my penis. Early this morning,  I was a bit intoxicated, and decided to use a high-powered neck massager on my penis.

I was using it while erected until I ejaculated. I went to the bathroom soon after, and noticed my penis had (what looks like) a bright red shiny blotch of skin. It looks like a rash. As of now, I can't tell if the rash is painful because of my anxiety. I am 28 years-old, sexually active. My previous sexual encounter was with a girl who just performed unprotected oral in early January.

Can this be broken blood vessels on my penis, or some sort of developing STD rash. It's bright red, and somewhat shiny. It does feel painful if I touch it.

Thank you.
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I would also like to add, that under a light, it looks like the rash is moist. So I am very concerned. I applied a dab of rubbing alcohol on it, and it stung in pain for a moment. Can this be an STD outbreak of some sort?
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How can it be a STD from a neck massager? STD's have that name for a reason.
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Vance, I'm not asking if my neck massager gave me an STD. You probably just skimmed through the post. I stated I am sexually active, and posted about my recent sexual encounter in January. What I was asking about, is the blotches of red on my glans. If it could be broken blood vessels, or an outbreak due to me previous act of receiving oral sex.
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I did read your post but you focused on the neck massager.
See a Dr, can't say what the skin issue could be.
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