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Spots on penis glands, brownish in colour. Burning when urinating. Is it pigmentation?

Hi, About a month ago I notice two spots on my penis glans with different skin color. I am dark skinned and they look brownish. There is also burning when I urinate and generally in my penis tip. No itching or discharge . My GP examined me and said its normal pigmentation and I shouldn t worry. Can this be anything dangerous ? Do you recommend me to seek further help? Like seeing a specialist. Thanks
Asked On : Sat, 22 Dec 2012
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You seem to have noticed these spots because of paying attention to burning micturition. The spots you have described are most probably normal pigmented spots on the penis. In case there is any change in size or character of these spots or fresh spots appear, do consult a dermatologist. otherwise relax and take plenty of fluids for urinary tract infection, get urine complete examination and urine culture sensitivity done. Use specific antibiotic for UTI based on culture report. Regards
Answered: Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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