Of course no online or other distant provider can provide a definite diagnosis. But the combination of expressing white material plus lack of inflammation (redness, soreness, etc) suggests a sebaceous cyst--i.e., a glorified blackhead. But that's only an educated guess, not a diagnosis. From your description, it could not have been herpes, a genital wart, or any other STD. Of course see a health care provider if you remain concerned or if a similar lesion reappears.
Good luck--- HHH, MD
Thank you so much Doctor for your information. What would of had to of happened for this lesion on the head of my penis to be considered Herpes to begin with? It is true I had no pain, it formed real fast and wasn't red colored at all and it had no fluid blisters that formed and it was only a single bump but when does this become suspect of being Herpes?
Herpes lesions always start as superficial blisters that rapidly become red and pus-filled, then open into sores, then get scabs, then heal, all over 10-14 days. Then the skin is entirely normal for several weeks or months until another outbreak occurs. There is no chance herpes explains your symptoms.
Not to nitpick but pus filled? Herpes lesions? Wouldn't clear to yellowish fluid be a better description?
Clear to start, progressively cloudy, then usually the vesicle breaks. But if it remains intact, the fluid progressively thickens and yellows, basically turns to pus. You can see this most obviously with oral herpes, where the thicker skin remains intact longer than genital. Probably you have had oral herpes patients who have lesions a few days old that look just a purulent as a staph or strep lesion.
Perhaps everyone I see just can't leave their hands off of them long before they ever reach that stage ;)
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