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Discolored spot
An_242029 posted:
I recently started seeing brownish colored spots at the base of my penis towards the side of my thigh. They are on both sides and seem to have gotten a little bigger since the first time i saw them. They don't itch or burn. I also started seeing a red bump on the edge of the head of my penis. It sometimes gets bright red and sometimes I can't see it. That neither itches nor burns. About a month and a half ago I received oral sex from a girl that has HPV, genital only from what I know. She gave me oral for a few minutes and continued about five seconds after orgasm. I was wondering if that had anything to do with what I'm seeing or if it is something else or even nothing to worry about. I may be overreacting but any help would be greatly appreciated.
betsyo1967 responded:
this isn't likely to be a std. see your provider for a proper diagnosis but odds are it's a fungal infection.
Talking about std testing is NORMAL and something we all should be doing EVERY TIME before we have sex with a new partner :)
An_242029 replied to betsyo1967's response:
How would I get a fungal infection?
elle0317 replied to An_242029's response:
Fungal infections love warm, moist areas. In men it's commonly called jock itch, in women it's a yeast infection - both are fungal infections.

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