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Had unprotected sex. Noticed painless, non itchy, red spot on penis. Any ideas?

I have a flat, painless, non itchy, red spot on my glans . It s been there for 3 weeks. I had unprotected sex a week or so prior to noticing this spot but it was after protected sex ( after I took the condom off ) that I noticed this spot. Doesn t cause me any issues other then mental anxiety . Any ideas what this may be?
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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HIV AIDS Specialist 's  Response
Hi,
Welcome to HCM.

You have not mentioned your age, marital state, frequency of sex, association of Diabetes etc. You mentioned about one protected sex and another unprotected sex. Previous to that or in between any oral sex?

If it is following the protected sex, it may be an allergic reaction to condom or latex. Otherwise it may be due to allergy or irritation due to soaps, dettol or any antiseptics, topical applied lubricant or creams etc. If you have multiple sex previously it may even be due to yeast infection.

Consult your physician, he/she will help you to proceed further.
Dr S.Murugan
Answered: Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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