I am worried if it is Genital Warts!

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Hello ,

so last month ago I had only unprotected oral sex with my friends she said she was 100% clean.

after that oral sex by 2 days i was diagnosed by UTI with chills and peeing alot at night, i was treated with antibiotic. felt better until I had these worries !

kindly check these pictures and please tell me if this looks like warts or what ?

i do masturbate a lot , is this could be related to dryness too ?

thank you all ,

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  • Posted

    with my friend not friends sorry for typo

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  • Posted

    Hey there,

    From my opinion, it is just a dry penis.

    I don't think it is warts. it is really rare to get it by oral sex.

    Best,

    Hugo

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    • Posted

      thanks Hugo for your reply.

      so no need to worry ?

      I wanna add that when I used to masturbate it was a mistake by using after shave cream !

      what do you think ?

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    • Posted

      hey mate,

      yes, no need to worry at all.

      btw, aftershave actually even better, as far as my understanding, aftershave is for healing the mirror cuts by shaving, usually contains aloe vera, so it is even better for masturbating as it can help moist better.

      best,

      Hugo

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    This looks like genital warts or pearly penile papules to me. You may get them from unprotected oral sex as there is still a small risk. Or, you might get them and masturbation makes it spread to the surrounding area. Genital warts are very contagious so avoid touching them and see a doctor to diagnose it.

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    Looks like nothing to me. Look up close ups of glans penis online and you will see we all have some bumps when you look up close. Those don't look like warts at all.

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