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Dark spots on scrotum, one developing on penis head. What could these be?

i have about a dozen flat dark spots on my scrotum , two on my inner left thigh, and now a flat grey mark developing on my penis head..not at urethra opening. I have been to a planned parenthood clinic, an std clinic, urologist , and skin doc. PPH did acetone test on inner thigh groth that was raised and told me i had hpv . Skin doc removed growth and called it a skin tag. I have almost constant itching in scrotum but no docs have said hpv since PPH did.
Asked On : Fri, 23 Nov 2012
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good evening to you... The problem what you facing could be two separate things... You could be having a viral wart and a fungal infection... I would advise you to use an antifungal cream twice a day with an oral antifungal tablet for two weeks .Avoid unprotected intercourse... Also get yourself examined by a venerologist after two weeks..If required he will chemicaly cuaterise the warts..
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