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Small white bumps under the skin of testicles,shaft and head of penis. Does not hurt,itch or irritate. Started after having protected sex. Cause and remedy?

I m 16 and for as long as i can remember, I ve has small white bumps under the skin of my testicles and the shaft of my penis, and i was told that they are just oil glands(I know they re not harmful), but now I ve noticed very small whitish/translucent bumps on the head of my penis. There are some on the rim of my head and some on the head. They do not hurt, itch , or cause irritation in anyway. I am sexually active. I ve had protected sex with a girl once who was a virgin and now once now with my girlfriend which was also protected, both times with a condom, but these bumps started in between the 2 experiences. I recently went to the doctor after i received a slight injury from oral sex with my girlfriend( teeth ) and the spot has gone away, but there is now one of these small white bumps there too. My girlfriend is clean and the other girl i was with was a virgin, both with protection, so it can t be an STD , but I m very worried. PLEASE RESPOND ASAP.
Asked On : Wed, 20 Jun 2012
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Hai Milkshadow25,
It seems as per your description you are likely to have a condition called Sabaceous cysts. As it had been described it presents in some individuals due to the block of sabaceous ducts, a natural oil secreting skin glands. Nothing to worry. It will not do any harm to you or your girl friend. These can be removed by surgery. Other creams or tablets are useless. Protected sex always will help you from STD,if you use the same continuously and consistently throughout the act. Any girl who appears to be clean and pretty also can have STD. Only a thorough examination and investigation will tell us whether she or he is having STD or not.
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