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    So I have pearly penile papules and what are possibly pimples.
    I am a virgin so its nothing dangerous and I highly doubt its an infection. I used to have poor hygiene but for the last year Ive been washing extremly well , thoroughly so if it were down that shouldnt they be gone?

    My issue is that I am finally in an intimate relationship and its developing onto something and I am really worried that it will turn her off. It isnt anything serious and I clean well, it isnt smelly or anything it just looks a bit bad although in certain lighting its not even visible.
    I am most worried about oral sex as she has expressed interest and she would undoubtbly see it then. Should i worry, is this common , shhould i see a gp? Is there treatment thanks? :/
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    These are probably benign and quite common.
    You have nothing to worry about, but if you want reassurance you can always go see the GP
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    (Original post by Nottie)
    These are probably benign and quite common.
    You have nothing to worry about, but if you want reassurance you can always go see the GP
    I really would but Im too embarassed to go and also what if i stumble across a female gp?
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    More you worry more it'll affect you. Relax let her nosh on it bro
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I really would but Im too embarassed to go and also what if i stumble across a female gp?
    You should be able to ask for a male gp.
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    Yes go see doctor it's more worrying as ur not sexually active.
    Google ur symptoms. Also std's can be passed on without sex
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Yes go see doctor it's more worrying as ur not sexually active.
    Google ur symptoms. Also std's can be passed on without sex
    How is it mlre worrying and std with no sexusl contact dont think so?
 
 
 
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