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Suggest treatment for raised red spot on shaft

i have a reddish spot on my shaft just a little bit raised , it doesnt hurt or anything. before this, i kinda a bacteria outbreak where they looked kinda like blisters, they would get inflamed everytime after an erection but i didnt worry about it being an std because i was still a virgin and they had also gone away on their own. but just 2 weeks ago igot this and its on the same place that i had one of those blister like things, most likely the same spot where the other bacteria started. like isaid it doesn t irritate or hurt but like im a virgin im wondering what can this be ? im just worried
Mon, 29 Jun 2020
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Hello,

Raised red spot on shaft is due to bacterial infection. It caused due to not maintaining enough hygiene in private area. It need to keep dry. Use good antiseptic cream like Soframycin cream and Soframycin powder to keep that area dry. Meet your primary care doctor to achieve these.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Pramod Kokare, General & Family Physician
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Suggest treatment for raised red spot on shaft

Hello, Raised red spot on shaft is due to bacterial infection. It caused due to not maintaining enough hygiene in private area. It need to keep dry. Use good antiseptic cream like Soframycin cream and Soframycin powder to keep that area dry. Meet your primary care doctor to achieve these. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Pramod Kokare, General & Family Physician