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See below: This problem mandates a real-time (face-to-face) meeting with a doctor. A history has to be taken along with a examination as well as labs and other tests. Only after all this will your doctor be in a position to tell you what's wrong and what needs to be done to help you. ...Read more
No: They generally look like rough-edged bumps.Get a more detailed answer ›
Ulcers - mechanical?: Although it's possible to have abrasions and ulcerations from vigorous sexual activity, I worry more about bacterial and viral infections. I would recommend you go to an STD clinic or see a doctor to make the diagnosis here. There is treatment for what you have, so hopefully that will help with your symptoms. It's always good to practice safe sex and to communicate openly with your partners. ...Read more
Circumcised &virgin but penis glans skin is very bumpy & Rough skin for many years. Some glans area is smooth not bumps but 80% is bumpy and rough. ?
Hard to give A....: To deduce best possible Dx, one needs more specific info on the onset, degree, duration, progress, evolution, response to care, etc. + direct look at + testing as needed (though rarely needed); that is essential for adequate medical care. How to unveil the Dx for your concern? Follow instructions described in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
Maybe: Maybe or maybe not. A doctor or other health care professional should be able to tell you the answer. ...Read more
Multi tiny semi skin colored bumps around vaginal area. Some disappeared new ones showing where skin touches.
Three our four little bumps look like baby skin tags not clustered together. Around anus and inside thigh near crotch. Painless. Std?
Bumps groin: Could be so best get them looked at ...Read more
Genital rash: A small painful rash, or lesion, on the genitals may be herpes simplex, a viral infection of the skin that is very common. As many as 100 million americans have recurrent herpes infections of the face or genitals. It is acquired the 1st time from another person, by skin to skin contact, but then reoccurs by itself, almost always in the same spot. It can be treated easily with pills or creams, . ...Read more