What is this small bump on bottom of glans penis?

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Had rough sex about a week ago, significant other was a little rough and I felt that maybe I had a cut or lesion down there from the sex. Fast forward to This week were I have a small bump on the bottom of glans, no pain, drainage, or multiples spots. We both get tested regularly, my overthinking caused me to put vinegar on it to see if it will turn white, like a wart... it didn't

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    This doesnt look like wart at all. Also vinegar test is not recommended as some normal bumps turn white on contact with it. Considering it has been just a week since it appeared (if i understood properly), Id observe it for a week or two more and if it doesnt change/disappear visit a specialist.

    It could be just an injury due to friction and rough intercourse, which might disappear or even remain for years or forever, and it could be considered as normal skin manifestation.

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      Thank you for the reply, I just got back from the clinic and the NP said that it looks nothing like a wart, or any other STI. i explained to her my situation and she said the exact sane thing, that rough sex could have caused the abrasion

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      if I had gotten to you earlier I would have said it's just a friction damage. take it a little easier next time and use more lubricants if you aren't producing enough

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