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White dots on the penis - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Excellent Posted in: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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User :   hi i am getting a few little white dots on the rim and just underneath my knob and after 1-2 days they turn red and leave a little scare is this anythingto be worried about
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :  
since when is this happening?
User :   about a week ago
User :   its happened 2 times now
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
please provide your age, location, occupation, marital status
Doctor :  
is there pain, redness, itching?
User :   im 21
User :   not pain redness or itching
Doctor :  
User :   it seems to go away after 2 days
User :   does it sound like herpes to you
Doctor :  
Doctor :  
herpes will not go way in two days
User :   ok good
Doctor :   it usually take 10-15 days to heal
Doctor :   i suggest you get this examined soon
User :   ye its like a white dot for 1-2 days then it turns red for like 1 day
User :   ok i will
Doctor :   you might need serological tests to rule out STDs
User :   ok is there anythingto be worried about i been very stressed out
Doctor :  
it can be said only after a physical examination is done
User :   ok thank you
Doctor :  
and then the appropriate treatment can be initiated
Doctor :  
Is there any thing else I can help you with?
User :   ok is this normal or not really
Doctor :   it is not normal
Doctor :  
so i am suggesting you to get it examined
User :   ok i will so its defenitly not herpes
Doctor :  
yes, it may not be, as it faded off quickly
Doctor :  
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User :   thank you have a great day thanks alot
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User :   thank u
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