14 year-old male with tiny "bump" (it is somewhat fleshy) that is painless, except slightly during urination. next to urethra. no sexual intercourse. ?
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Check it out: Rashes and bumps are best seen by MD to ID issue. It could be a small blocked gland or a viral bump called molloscum. Since not sexually active there is no risk for STD like genutal warts. Most teens hate genital exams but for peace of mind see MD
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