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    Red bump on foreskin
    An_251321 posted:
    About 8 days ago I noticed a tiny bb sized red bump on my foreskin. I'm not sure what it is but it hasnt popped or became an open sore. I'm not sure if its a blister..I would think that it would have become an open sore by now. It doesn't hurt or itch..its just there and very red. Its only slightly raised and is shiny. It really hasn't gotten any better or any worse in these last 8 days. Its more oval shaped. The only thing I've notice is that there has been a little bit of skin peeling but just a tiny bit since its so small. I haven't had sex in almost 5 months and only had unprotected sex once and for about 2 minutes last September. Any idea what this could be?
    Anon_2000 responded:
    Go and be seen by a Doc to see what it is. We cannot diagnose this on this website.

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