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warts
Sep 27, 2000

do you answer questions on warts?

I can not find information that specifically talks about the appearance or look of a genital wart(s) on a man. What or how to tell the difference between a wart and something normal that appears on the penis. Like if you push in on the skin hard enough a almost solid "liquid" comes out and I mean sever pushing on the skin. I was told if you push anywhere on the skin this can happen. I see one little thing on my dick and it does not feel like a bump at all, is skin colored not white or the cauliflower thing, I can not tell if it is a fold of skin or what that I never noticed before I began inspecting myself. I went to doctors and they see nothing and tell me to move on. Any clue or where can I SEE what warts look like on the penis? Or is this just a skin tag or something like that?

Response from Mr. Kull

If the doctors are telling you that this is nothing and that you should move on, I would recommend that you try to do so.

For some pictures of STD symptom -- warning, these are graphic -- take a look at What Do the Symptoms of STDs Look Like?. Now you'll probably understand why the doctors suggested that you forget about it.

RMK



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