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Irregular penis glands

I'm a 22 year old sexually active male.  I also masturbate about once a day.

In picture 1 and 2 there is a bump(s) that appear light colored.  They are raised and look odd.  This is the first time I've noticed them.  I originally intended to take a picture of the second issue below in picture 3.
Picture 1 - http://oi60.tinypic.com/72vx93.jpg
Picture 2 - http://oi62.tinypic.com/9pnb0x.jpg

In picture 3 there are black spots that appear to be under the skin.  They've been there for at least a year, I've noticed one additional black spot recently, which is not clearly visible in the picture.
Picture 3 - http://oi58.tinypic.com/xbjyac.jpg

I've been STD/I tested twice.  Once 3 weeks after sex.  Then again 4 weeks after that test, with out another sexual encounter in between.  Out of the full panel I am positive for HSV-1 only.

Both of these are only visible when erect and do not hurt.

Are either of these cause for concern?  Any comments welcome.  Thank you.

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Could be HPV or pearly penile papules

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