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Clear and itchy bumps on penis. No pain or bleeding. Friction bumps?

Hello, I have been in a relationship with my boyfriend for 16 months. We had sex the other night after not havining sex for about 2 weeks. When he inserted his penis it was a tight fit. We had sex on Monday and he had some clear bumps appear on the top shaft of his penis. I just had my yearly pap and STD test and 5 to 6 months ago. Are these friction bumps? They are normally gone in a few days. He says that they don t hurt, burn , or bleed . They just itch. When they pop they don t leave a scar or a hole like fever blisters
Asked On : Mon, 12 Nov 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You had a sex with your boyfriend after a gap of 2 weeks and now he had developed bumps on head of the penis.As his penis was hard it is likely that your vagina may be dry resulting in to a bumps.Ask him to take some antibiotics orally and apply soothing the head of the penis.Avoid sex till it heals completely.
Answered: Fri, 16 Nov 2012
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