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A 23-year-old male asked:

cluster of non-itchy tiny bumps/rashes on the shaft of penis for about 6 months. absence of painful urination, ejaculation, discharge & other std symptoms. test for gonorrhea, syphilis and other common stds negative. antifungal creams failed.

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Dr. Klaus Appel
Family Medicine 19 years experience
See a doctor: there are a dozen things it could be. you want to make sure it's not warts, and you want to get a diagnosis so it will ease your mind. I would recommend a dermatologist here, because primary care usually does not have the experience or time to research , test, and diagnose this, and will probably refer you in the end

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