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Single Bump on Penile shaft

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • December 2, 2010
  • 11:07 AM

About 5 months about I noticed I had a small pimple close to the top left of my penis. This is fairly common as I have had them before since I have curly hair in my genital area which I shave with electric clippers, but when growing back sometimes I get small bumps or ingrown hairs. I have had them before on my penis shaft from time to time, between STD and AIDS bloodwort testing and always came back negative. However this time I had one that was a regular pimple but after I waited for it to clear as the skin usually thins around it where it pops on its own in a hot shower it did but never left. Instead it became a small bump that stayed. At first I was not worried as I have had these before as pimples but this bump has been there over 4 months now. It is painless, does not itch, turn red, or irritate, and kind of feels like a little pebble if i grab the sides of it . I am not sure what it could be as I never had one that lasted this long. There are no other bumps anywhere in my genital area on penile shaft besides it. I have looked over pictures of many STDs and genital warts. It does not look anything like the pictures but most are graphic and sever case. I am scheduling a Drs appointment but It wont be for about another week and a half as he is booked just thought I would ask and get some general feedback on it.

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