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Reddish spot on the penis after unprotected sex. Blood clot?

hi sir i am worried i really need your advice.yesterday i had sex for the first time in my life and i did not use condom and moment after having sex i notice that there is a small red spot on my penis i thought it could be because of blood clout but next day it turned into small black dot and i am really worried plz tell me wht should i do..
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Hi
Thank you for your query
Firstly you should let go of your anxiety. Such a spot appearing immediately after the act may be due to a minor trauma (especially because it was your first time). The color changes are suggestive of some blood collection there. If that's the case it will resolve on its own. The discoloration may take a little while to go but its not a cause of concern. The other cause can be some sort of infection. For the future may i suggest that you totally avoid unprotected sex. It is very important. Well if its an infection it should readily be treated by antibiotics. So don't worry about that too. Consult a dermatologist and he should be able to help you more.
Hope that helps
God bless you
Answered: Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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