Small bumps on penile shaft

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I have a few small bumps on the shaft of my penis. I have been with the same partner for the last 15 months. These showed up about a month ago and most have gone away but some are still there. They dont look like pictures of genetial warts I have seen online. They have had me worried and I dont have a regular doctor. They are small and when the other ones were there, i popped 2 with a pair of tweezers and only blood came out, they healed after about 3 days and no more bump.
I have a small lump on my penile shaft, puss and clear fluid comes out of it regularly, and it is raised and red. Any idea what it may be?
I have developed a small (about 5mm) round ulcer on my penis shaft. It started to occur during a period where I frequently masturbated. Since it has formed I have stopped masturbating. It has been a week though and the ulcer hasn't healed. I am becoming worried that the cause is something much more serious. It is red and glossy looking, but not irritating or painful. The borders are well defined, and it is slightly raised. I have researched penile lesions and their cause.
I have notice these small bumps on my penile shaft, I have been to a doctor and results came back negative. I notice these bumps when i was masturbating a lot, they are not getting any bigger or spreading but noticeable. Any advice?
I recently found a small pimple-like bump on my penile shaft. At first I just thought it was a pimple, but it never developed a head with puss. I began to worry about the bump so I decided to squeeze it. A small amount of white stuff came out of it. I felt relieved that it was probably a pimple so I continued to squeeze. When I squeezed harder the bump came off and my penis began to bleed. What was inside the bump was a small whitish ball that was hard.
On the other hand, fordyce spots are small bright red or purple bumps that can appear on the glans, shaft or scrotum and usually affect younger men. They are painless and not itchy, but may cause embarrassment because of their appearance. They are abnormally dilated blood vessels, covered by thickened skin. Try to avoid squeezing or popping them to avoid secondary infection. Always keep the area clean and dry. I hope this helps. Take care and keep us posted.
I have not been sexually active for 3 years and ever since around a year ago, I've had these flesh-colored bumps on the left side of the penis shaft. They are relatively small and never itch. I have done research and thought that it could be fordyce spots, but all the pictures I have seen are not all that similar. The closest thing it resembles are skin tags. They first started showing up after I had a yeast infection last year and had to keep a cream on all the time.
One morning in February, I woke up with what appeared to be a slightly enlarged sebaceous gland or papule on the shaft of my penis. Again freaking out, I pierced it with a needle, which caused it to bleed. Not long after, this blemish dried up and disappeared. A few days later, I began having irritation at the tip of my glans, tingling inside my urethra, and pain in my left testicle. Additionally, I noticed another slight bump on my penis.
i have penile papules around the head of my penis from i was a little boy but now,3 weeks ago i saw 4 little small bumps on my shaft doesnt seem like they can be burst but i am sexually active and worried not sure what they are,they do not pain or itch me ????
' 'Fordyce spots are small (1-5mm) bright red or purple papules that can appear on the glans, shaft or scrotum and usually affect younger men. They may occur as a solitary lesion, but frequently appear in crops of 50 to 100. They are painless and not itchy, but may cause embarrassment because of their appearance, or a fear that they might be sexually transmitted. ' Let us know if you need any further information. Post us about what your doctor advises. Regards.
Greetings, Lately I have been noticing some very small raised bumps on the shaft of my penis. I have only had one partner, and have not been sexually active in the past 6 months. From research online they are most visually similar to mild folliculitis or possibly scabies. They could also be very small whiteheads, because at first I tried squeezing one and a small white solid came out. However, I have stopped this, as subsequent attempts resulted in bleeding.
The issue is that I have a very small ballpoint pen point sized bump on my penis shaft about halfway up on the underside. It does not have any hair or anything around it and is difficult to find because of its size. It is really only noticeable visually when I am erect or pulling the skin tight. I noticed this 3 weeks ago and it looks what I believe to be about the same in size, however it could have been there much longer unnoticed.
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