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Addicted311
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Well this isnt that important take you time well im a guy and on my pretruding reproductive organ right beneath the glans area on the part facing the floor when erect has two like pimples maybe or pinkish white dots that raise a little bit like a whitehead pimple really they are about this size ` right next to eacother they dont bother me nor itch or burn or whatever they look like hair folicles but they are right under the glans im guessing its like pimples bt i cannot pop them nor want to just in case ... i noticed them like 2 3 months ago but never thought much about em ... im just wondering if its an std or should i be worried or whatever

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Heather
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Sounds like normal genital tissue to me, actually. Likely not pimples either -- gential tissue is not regular and smooth, it tends to be a little lumpy-bumpy in places.

Best bet? Next time you have your annual checkup, just ask your doctor. If, however, you may have had STD or STI risks, check in sooner, rather than later.

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Addicted311
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oh yah i forgot to say im not sexually active in any way or have been so could it still be an std sorry for the inconvenience
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Heather
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Some STIs can occur without sexual contact. For instance, you could have Herpes without having partnered sexual activity.

However, what you're describing sounds like normal tissue to me, so I'd suggest simply (again) checking in with your doctor at your next annual physical, and don't see a need to rush in.

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AlwaysWorried
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I've been meaning to ask about this myself for a while, I have exactly the same thing, they've always been there so I didn't really think they were dangerous but I thought there's a chance they might be. Nice to know I don't have to get tested for STDs (joke).
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