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  • Posted By: coldaschristmas
  • March 31, 2007
  • 10:49 PM

Hello there. I've had unprotected sex with two girls recently. A lot of times. I have these red dots (not bumps) on my penis. It burns a tiny bit sometimes and the skin on my penis is really dry when I masterbate. I've noticed these bumps a couple days ago and they appeared a little while after my sex binge. The skin on my shaft is kind of peeling a tiny, tiny bit in some areas. It doesn't hurt at all when I pee either. There's no puss or anything. Can anyone help me?

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  • I have to get on my soap box for a second and say that I really hope you realize the error of you ways and how you haven't been to smart lately. And neither have these girls. Hopefully you have learned your lesson and will be smarter next time you venture on one of these sexcapades and protect yourself.Now as far as what it could be:Probably not too ominous if you are not having any discharge and discomfort in urinating. Possibly it could be a yeast infection, irritation from changing environments. Usually syphillis is not painful, and herpes has little blisters.Go to the doctor and just get checked out. Most STDs if that is what it is are treatable these days, however a few are not curable, as I'm sure you know.I hope it is not serious and I hope that next time you hold your health and your partner(s) health to a higher standard.
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  • It could be a fungal infection, or it could just be chafing. With masturbation in particular, there is a "risk" of chafing the skin of your penis which can cause redness, peeling, and possibly bumps from tiny broken blood vessels and such. But if you keep having unprotected sex it could be something more serious. You might want to go to a doctor and ask them to run some tests. It's your own decision, but you really shouldn't have unprotected sex; your life and your health is more important than the "gains" from not using a condom- sex is a momentary thing but some STDs are life-long misfortunes.
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  • You need to see your doc. I know this is embarasing, but if it is an STD the time to treat it is now. Several STDs can leave lasting results if not treated quickly, and as you know everyone else you have sex with can catch what you have (if anything). This could be just a skin reaction to something like your soap, or lubricant, or even the girls. And if so then the sooner you know, the sooner you can breathe again.Swallow your pride and get it checked. If you don't want to go to your doc you can check with an STD clinic or family planning.Good Luck and God Speed
    emsbabydoll 73 Replies Flag this Response
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