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Reddish blotches on the penis. Due to excessive masturbation or genital warts?

when I looked down at my penis it looks like small red blotches of skin they look like skin tags but are not raised and looks more like raw skin but they are spreading. Could it be the type of underwear i m wearing causing it. i masturbate 1 to 3 times a day depending on could that be a cause of just irritating it? I am terrified that it may be genital warts and I recently had an std at the heath department they said all was fine. Although my ex had hpv but only the cancerous strand . Is it possible that could get warts from her still ?
Asked On : Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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If you recently had an STD it means that you are having unprotected sex with someone whom is exposing you to infections. The lesions you describe do not sound like genital warts, they can be due to abrasion, but could also be bacterial infection. I suggest you be examined by a doctor , also discuss immunization against Herpes Virussis . Please practice safe sex ( use a condom) to prevent infection including HIV .
I trust this puts your mind at ease.
Answered: Tue, 26 Feb 2013
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