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A 22-year-old male asked:

Painless red bump on head of penis. has been there since april. started as a red spot that u couldn't feel by touch but now is large and noticeable ?

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Dr. Michael Tomeo
Dermatology 39 years experience
Inflammed bump: The red bump could signify a small cyst and in of and itself is not problematic. However, if it gets bigger or more painful then have it evaluated by a Dermatologist who may need to treat it.
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