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    An_254734 posted:
    Tonight I was laying down in my bed, I looked down at my penis and there were about 5 small bumps on the shaft of my penis. Idk if its an STD or not, but it doesnt hurt or itch. It looks like it has some puss in it, and it hurts to try and pop them. They are all spread out and dont look too infected. I have masturbated a couple of times and didnt notice until I tried tonight. Is it an STD or is it from masturbation? I have only one sex partner and she was a virgin before we started and before her I was married but I didnt have sex until 3 months after the divorce. HELP D:
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    elle0317 responded:
    Only a Dr in real life can tell you what's going on, an internet board cannot diagnose someone.


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