Herpes never behaves or looks anything like this. It's not an issue.
Feel free to let me know your GP's opinion after you've been examined.
Thanks Dr. You're correct about my "exposures". In fact I first noticed these bumps about 3-4 weeks after my last questionable experience (which was frottage...me naked, her in panties).
My greatest iniftial concern was HSV. I've read up on this, particularly in this forum, and have concluded that HSV doesn't mark sense. From my description, it sounds as like you agree.
If that's the case, I'll take your other advice and move on and take it up with my GP. I believe I have a regular visit with him in June. Thank you!
Welcome back to the forum.
Looking back, you've previously asked about STD risk following a couple of sexual exposures that, from your description, were condom protected or otherwise carried little or no risk. Since you don't mention any new extramarital exposures since then, presumably there haven't been any or once again were safe ones.
It's really not possible for a distant expert to say much about penile skin changes without ability to examine them. However, I'm pretty sure they aren't due to any STD. From your description, the only possible STD is genital warts -- but your description isn't really typical for warts and I suspect your self-diagnosis of prominent sebaceous skin glands is correct, i.e. nothing abnormal. However, the only way to be sure is to be professionally examined. Based on all you have said, I don't think there's any particular hurry; I think you can safely wait until some other reason takes you to a doctor or clinic, and then show your penis ("By the way, as long as I'm here...").
And in the meantime, I think it is entirely safe for you to continue sex with your wife.
I hope this has helped. Best wishes and stay safe-- HHH, MD