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Bumps on penis..
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An_251112 posted:
I have 3 bumps that I have had on my penis for a few weeks. I kind of blew them off and didn't care because at the time the bumps showed up, I had scabies, so I figured it was bumps from that. I still have signs of scabies, but their bumps are different than the three on my penis. They are not near each other. They are spread to the left, right, and middle. They don't hurt, or itch unless I touch the bump, then it will itch. I am sexually active, and have tried figuring out by pictures what I could possibly have, but no pictures really match. These might just be bumps from scabies, and I could just be worrying myself, but I would rather find out.

http://s1309.photobucket.com/user/knoxsoxnumber05/media/image_zpsa5ba069c.jpg.html?sort=3&o=0

http://s1309.photobucket.com/user/knoxsoxnumber05/media/image_zps2bf4e5d7.jpg.html?sort=3&o=1

http://s1309.photobucket.com/user/knoxsoxnumber05/media/image_zpsa8348009.jpg.html?sort=3&o=2
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georgiagail responded:
I'm afraid if you want to find out what these bumps represent you've going to have to show your penis to a physician to get an accurate diagnosis. An internet board is not going to be able to give you a diagnosis.

Gail


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