Sebaceous Prominence (Embarrassing Spots) Watch

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Basically, I am a 19 year old guy and have had embarrassing spots on my penis since I started puberty at 12ish, After looking on the internet a few years ago I established that they are called Sebaceous Prominence and are (Apparently) totally normal and 40% of guys have them in one way shape or form, basically they are skin glands that you can see.

This dosent make me feel any better. I have only become sexually active in the last couple of years and my very few sexual encounters I have needed to be totally drunk to get over the fear of the girl seeing them and thinking I have some sort of grubby STD.

Does anyone else have this? Any personal experiences? I know that there is no magical cure to have a normal looking cawk (other than taking a scalpel to your penis which is just plain scary). But I just find myself thinking that I will always be scared of getting with girls because of these damn things.

Argh!
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Bumped. Sorry for the delay in post approval.
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You could go see your GP.
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Dude they can't be that bad that some girls'll mistake 'em for an STD.
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it's normal chap. loads of guys have em
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i have them, ive heard people putting spot cream on them and talc powder, there basically clogged with a chemical released at puberty. In my experience girls haven't noticed
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I had a sebacious cyst up until a few months ago. I was terrified that if I found a new partner they'd think I had something. I don't think anyone would be that bothered though and if they were I'd tell em straight.
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Meh, neverknown a girl care too much, its perfectly harmless, and if it dont bothjer you it wontbother her.
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yeah i have a couple of these. nowt to worry about
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