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A 25-year-old male asked:

I have clusters of bumps on the underside of my penis and sack and pubic area. i don't know if it is herpes or warts. i have pictures as well.

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Dr. James Lin
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Probably not either: While the depicted condition is not clear enough to provide a good guess, clinically, it seems not suggesting either, but more for the presence of the common sebaceous cysts, which are usually asymptomatic but annoying by their appearance. For confirming what they're, go to see urologist so he may help you out and solve the doubt timely. Best wish...
Dr. Gregory Lewis
Urology 44 years experience
See answer: Most common causes of multiple bumps on the genital are include: 1) Fordyce spots which are prominent sebaceous and consist of small elevated papules or flat spots which are yellow-white in color; 2) molluscum contagiosum which is a viral infection with 1-5mm bumps, flesh-colored, dome-shaped, and pearly in appearance with a dimpled center; and 3) genital warts (hpv). Compare pics of these 3.
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