This is a quote from another topic i cant apparentlz post to.
"My bf and i were fooliong around (as teens do) and i noticed that on his penis there were four of five absolutley tiny sopts on it, it was around the bottom of the head on the side. They were smaller than strawberry seeds but were there. They are white and have no mucus or discharge coming from it, and they dont smell or anything. Can you tell us what they are. They are also painless and white, not red. Kinda like exma (is that spelt right) but no rashes around it. Just a few really little white spots. He said that they were always there as far as he remembers. If it is an std, which one is it? PLease tell."
Im a 15 year old guy and i have the same thing. is there anybody who knows more bout this? i read somewhere ages ago (ok, i was bout 11) about something similar but i cannot remember about it. it is definately not genital warts im pretty sure.
well anyways, the lumps or whatever they are are white and small. u see them best when im havin an erection. im really not comfortable talkin about this with any of my family members and it would be hard for me to find a way to get to the doctor about it since I live in germany and need my parents to ask my insurance company to pay the doctor or pay it myself :/
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It is normal for some genital tissue to have a similar texture as chicken skin- with some little bumps.
That said, we aren't substitutes for visiting a doctor. We can't see the bumps, and we can't diagnose things, so it really IS best to get in to a doctor if you can to get it looked at if they make you concerned or if you've had an STD risk.
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