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Bump under penis head, near frenulum, saw it after a cut post unprotected sex. How can I get rid of it?

Hi doctor, I am now worrying about this bump under the head of my penis , right by the frenulum. I first realized this bump when i was having unprotected sex and got a small cut there, which i paid no attention too, it later healed with what i believe is pus/infection under the skin. I thought it would go away by itself but it hasn t and this is about 3 years ago. How do I get rid of it.
Asked On : Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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Jul 2016
Hi
You had a unprotected sex resulting in in to laceration near frenulum of penis.This laceration might have haled with a collection of serous material what you can call it as a blister containing a clear fluid or a abscess containing a pus .you have to drain it either by puncturing yourself or by a medical personnel with needle and apply some ointment.
Answered: Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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