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hush2011

Painless Bumps

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hush2011

've yet to be diagnosed but wanted to share my experience and update to better inform the public and others who are concerned about their health.

All of this started around the time I started dating my current girlfriend. We are very sexually active and she doesnt get very wet during sex. We went without using lubrication for quite some time too. A few days after a rough sex session I was masturbating and felt a small, dry scab the size of a pin head. After searching around I found a few more. I assumed it was from the dry intercourse a few days prior. As time went on and this occurred again I began to worry that it may be something else. I have small bumps on the shaft and under the head of my penis which dont really go away. They will form a small dot of a scab in the center of them after sex which will last for a while then go away. I'm not sure if the bumps come or go. Once I feel a scab and start looking I seem to find more bumps. Also, these bumps are really unnoticable unless I spread the skin apart to look closely. Then it becomes apparent that a bump is present. Not sure if its paranoia or a break out. The bumps are nonpainfull and dont crust, they just get that tiny center scab and then heal up. The only other symptom that I have which relates to herpes is rectal itching/discomfort. I was diagnosed with hemeroids about a year ago so I'm hoping that its just coincidental that I have both symptoms at once, especially since i have never had anal intercourse or anything of the such.

I brought this up at my physical a few weeks ago any my doctor dismissed it saying that I would def know if I had a blister and it would most def be painful. He suggested i go to a clinic to get tested if I still felt the need because they dont report to insurance companies. I plan on going tomorrow.

Has anyone experienced or heard of these symptoms? Any info would be helpful

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