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Wednesday, July 22, 2009 canigetajeah, Community Member, asks

Q: Small Black spots on Penis

Dear Doc, I've noticed some small barely visible black dots near the tip/opening of my penis. I make sure to keep clean down there, but I'm not sure what they are. When I'm in the shower, and I have an erection they are much more visible and have a bubble like appearance, but none of them are turning red. Do I need to go in for a visit, or are they just clogged pores? Thanks for your help.

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sue, Community Member
7/22/09 8:51pm

please see your local gp, asap. do not have sex. if you need relief in the mean time, advoid the head,

 

doctor asap

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canigetajeah, Community Member
8/ 1/09 3:11pm

I went to the doctor and he told me he could barely see it, and that if it didn't hurt it was probably nothing to worry about. He told me he thought I was fine, but he also told me I should see a specialist if I'm concerned. I guess I'll just keep an eye on it for now.

 

Thanks.

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sue, Community Member
8/ 1/09 11:19pm

Thats good news, now hearing what the doctor said, I would not worry to much, as sometimes worry, can turn into things, if given enough time.

 

Just take notes, if they get larger, if it hurts to pee, if it hurts to ejaculate.

 

Only think if any of the above happens, then go back to the doctor.

 

So now go out, have fun and use a condom until you put a ring on her finger.

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canigetajeah, Community Member
8/20/09 12:59am

In case other people come across this post, I want to report what happened when I followed up with a dermatologist to make sure nothing was wrong.

 

The dermatologist told me she thought I was okay. (She couldn't find anything since I popped it, and it took a couple of months to grow back.) To be safe she put liquid nitrogen on me, it burned a lot and sucked for a few days, but this way it's better to be safe than sorry.

 

Bottom line is, don't freak out and search the internet for answers. Go see a specialist, they've seen it all.

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sue, Community Member
8/20/09 7:04am

Thankyou, now I do not want to worry you, but again  keep a note, if it goes back again, it might be just a simple wart, the same that grows on your fingers, and you bit them off, and they grow back. Many people have them frozen off a few times before they get the hint that they are not wanted. I hope the specialist sent a letter to your doctor, as from now on the doctor can dry ice it. Or you  can just leave it there and it will rub off having sex if the dry ice was too much.

I am happy for you, its good. Again, from here on, no sex if no condom, until you are ready to settle down.

 

Have fun

 

 

 

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By canigetajeah, Community Member— Last Modified: 05/30/13, First Published: 07/22/09