Genital Warts? HPV? Molluscum contagiosum? Help please?

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What do you guys think those 3 "pimples"(right side of the picture) are?

I would like to say a few things:

  1. I have no symptoms. No itching, no burning, no problems when I pee/ejaculate or anything like that. Everything it's normal.
  2. I had unprotected sex (only oral) with a woman about 2 months ago.
  3. The area next to these 3 "pimples" seem to be a bit more light skinned than the rest, but it might be just my impression really.

    What do you think it could be? I noticed them about 4-5 days ago.

    Obviously I'm going to visit my doctor but I want some opinions... image

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    its not herpes for a start not blisters they look like harmless papules to me image but obviously get checked just to be sure

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      They don't really bother me at all. I will go to the doctor in 2-3 days. I was just curious what people might think.

      I'm quite sure they are not fordyce spots though because I have those as well and they look a bit different in terms of size(my fordyce spots are a bit smaller)

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    let me know wat the outcome is i dont think its anything serious dosnt look like warts but even if they was they can easily be removed

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      I mean I'd expect warts to look more "nasty" or "weird". They look like very small pimples. It's actually very hard to see them most of the time. When I'm erect I can't even see them.

      The fact that they do not hurt or cause any sort of harm/trouble gives me hope, but the internet doesn't really help me(it breaks my spirits reading all the bad "posibilities")

      They look like bigger fordyce spots. I have some on the other side of the penis but I can only see them if I bend the penis and they are not as big.

      Now maybe you don't know the exact answer but do you think they could be HPV?

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    Molluscum contagiosum if u give one a squeeze cheesy fluid comes out of it do they have smell dimples on the top of them ....i dont think its that either tbh

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    due to the fact there in a row like that says to me its just raised papules normal skin given the fact there not blisters or cauliflower shaped or oozing fluid i think your panicking over something and nothing eve. if they was hpv warts they can be treated most spots can be treated

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      If it was HPV, shouldn't I be worried about something else? I mean the fact that they are on the penis doesn't really bother me.. I can't feel them, they don't hurt or itch or burn or anything else, so I don't care about them in terms of appearance. But HPV overall can lead to some other bad things... that's what Im talking about.

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      There's currently no cure for HPV. However, most health problems that are caused by HPV are treatable. If you develop genital warts, your doctor will use a variety of topical and oral medications to treat the condition. HPV-related cancers are also treatable, especially when diagnosed at an early stage....best thing to do is visit a doctor if u think they are warts there are many different strains of hpv

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      if they was warts doctor will burn em off lazer em or freeze them or use a certain type of acid to get rid of them cos u dont want ur whole penis full of warts warts spread u can end up wi loads of them

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