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Okay, my boyfriend was just telling me about a bump he found on the base of his's like in the crease..he told me he had shaved a day ago but idk if it's from that. But we were both virgins before we had sex, he hadn't even really been with a girl before me..I'm pretty positive I'm's like the same color of his skin but it doesn't hurt or anything & it's just a really small bump that looks almost like a small pimple..he already asked for some advice & people told him not to worry but do y'all think the same??
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Although it could possibly be an STD and should be checked in either case, you should look up "ingrown hair" if you're not familiar with them already.
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