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Get areas of small dots on the head of penis, not irritate, go away after an hour or two. Skin issue?

After sex or masturbation, or sometimes not after those activities, I get areas of small dots on the head of my penis, they do not irritate, and they always go away after an hour or two and re appear sporadically, sometimes after I go to the gym. I have seen a doctor who ruled out std's and prescribed a cream for balanitis, however the issue persists. Any thoughts? I think it may be a skin issue ?
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

The problem you are facing might be of papules. Papules are a common issue to so many males and everyone worries a lot. They are mostly result of un hygienic living style. You had already consulted a dermatologist who is of the opinion that it is not STD, and gave you medicinal crream for cure.

Use the cream as adviced and your problem will be solved in a week. Don't be anxious.
Wish you speedy recovery.
Answered: Thu, 13 Jun 2013
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