Bumps in Pubic Area and Little Dots in my Penis Shaft

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Only have 1 partner for almost 2 years, never been with another and as far as I know my partner only has sexual relations with me. These bumps started showing my pubic area and has flatten and at the same time grew and I have no idea what these are. I also have small little white bumps in my penis and can't go to a hospital since COVID-19 any one can give me any light to what these are?


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    can you give more information how they feel?

    and keep us updated

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      No feeling for either the bumps,

      The bumps in the pubic area do not give any pain and sometimes it flattens but sometimes it has patches again

      In the penis its just a small little circular red dot of skin and some circular white dot of skin. My partner does not show any of the same bumps or dots so I was wondering if it was an STD or not.

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    If it doesn't contain any clear fluid then it appears more like molluscum contagiosum

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    Dear vince,

    No question- they're molluscum contagiosum (Google). To confirm, examine the bumps closely and you should be able to distinguish a central dimple or umbilication. See the attached photo taken from Dermnet NZ that I've annotated.


    It's a viral STD so you should get checked for other infections, as should your partner/s. Treatment is readily available online; search for "molluscum treatment" and/or "potassium hydroxide 10%".



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