Small fleshy bumps on foreskin

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over the last few weeks seen these things come up and im worried i have an std. ive been with the same partner over a year and we have unprotected sex but she is definately clean. prior partners ive mostly had protected sex with but have had checks after and had no signs of std. what are these and where they come from?

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    hpv/ genital warts

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    they look like warts

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    how when ive been clean before and my partner is clean and we've been together a year. im so scared and upset.

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      HPV is a sneaky virus, it is not passed on solely by sexual contact. It can be passed on by skin-to-skin contact or sharing a towel with an infected person and stuff like that. Don't be too scared because not all types of warts are harmful, get tested to know what kind of HPV strain it is and do treatment before it spreads. Luckily, once they are removed there's a chance they don't appear anymore!

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      visit a doctors to confirm that they are warts some things can look quite similar to warts such as skin tags from my opinion they look like warts to me your girlfriend should get checked also as warts can occur on the cervix and inside the vagina were they cant been seen unless have an examination by a doctor so just cos there are no warts outside dosnt mean there isnt any on the inside

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    It looks like warts and you need to book an appointment with your doctor and get removed ASAP.

    take care.

    Regards,

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    Did you ever find out what these were?

    would be really helpful to know!

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