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yesterday i noticed when i was going to the bathroom i had a couple very small red dots (not really 'bumps') near the head but on the shaft of my penis. They didn't hurt or anything. the day after i looked. and i had razer burn pumps around the beginning of my shaft (but not on just above). they were red but they were only where i had shaved. but as i looked around more, i noticed that for one the red dots were still there but today it looked like they have a little scab over them. (cus i messed with it the day before) and i also found more red bumps, around my shaft.

there isn't a particular pattern to these. just hear and there around my penis. i noticed also that on my shaft the hair folicile bumps was what was getting red.

I hear that 'red bumps' is an early sign of herpes. which is why i'm posting.

I am 20, and i have a girlfriend. We just got back together about 2 weeks ago. During our break which was about a month ago, i had sex with a girl (unprotected) I had sex with her about 10-11 months ago also (with no symtoms inbetween).

I hear you get symptoms about 7-10 days after infection. so idunno.

Also, my girlfriend had sex with some guy about 2 months ago.

I haven't had any pain urinating or anyother symptoms.

these bumps showed up over a course of 2 days. what worries me is that around the bottom of the head of my penis are two red bumps.

theres around 13 bumps excluding the ones not on my shaft that are probaly unrelated.

out of those 13 i can for sure point out 9-10 of which are bumps of hair folliciles that have been there ever since i can remember.

But it's the two very small ones on my head that are freakin me out, and the fact that I've had claymidia before. (was tested for that and herpes about a year ago)

Does this sound like herpes? Even though you get outbreaks around 7-10 days after infection and my gf and i had sex with a differnet person about a month and a half ago'?

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now that i think about it. during the road trip yesterday i remmeber my girlfriend saying she went to the doctor about 3 weeks ago about a urinary tract infection, and how it hurt when she urinated.

this is bad. now i'm really freakin out.

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      Hi @Anxious 1234 Did you get diagnosis for this?
    • Damian
      Hi @WhatDidIDo2023, hopefully all is well with you and your significant other and are still together.   Did she develop any other symptoms after you mentioned her getting itchiness? Was it determined what you had was contagious? Most likely developed a fungal disease and caused her a yeast or uti 
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      Been a few weeks it went away but reappeared again tiny red marks not raised spots or anything no pain or itching ,I have had all negative tests on Sti's ..
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      Well thank you I appreciate it 
    • WilsoInAus
      Hi @Luna 01 I really feel it is worthwhile obtaining a proper Herpeselect test given the outcomes of the home panel test. Regardless, your current symptoms are almost certainly not related to herpes. Hopefully, your doctor can assist in resolving these.
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