Hey there, so I'm not sure how long this has been going on - I know at least a couple weeks. When erect I notice that I have a couple tiny blisters on my penis shaft, they don't hurt or itch - I only notice them as tiny bumps. I have trouble finding them when not erect they are that small. I never had any herpes type-2 "first outbreak" symptoms. I haven't had sex since last summer (so sad I know).
I wish I could include a picture.
So what are these bumps? I thought they might just be blisters from masturbating too much (again - I haven't had sex since last summer) but I would have figured they would go away by now if it was just a blister - or it would have popped or hurt or something.
(my cousions comp.)
i had an outbreak of tiny white bumps on and around my phallus and penis head 2 days later it left might of been a fungus-allergic reaction to tha females vaginal fluids or Ph balance
i also have it - but they come and go all the time
if you are aged 14-18 its most common and mostly occurs with sweating in the genital area - like sweat heat bumps of some sort. they do go and its best to leave them rather than try and squeeze them (it sounds gross but i did that to one of them once and it hurt a lot!)
i havn't had trouble with them and it doesn't cause pain when erect so its best to leave it - or ask your GP if your really owrried.
I occasionally get cholesterol deposits just under the skin. They are like tiny pimples that are REALLY hard to pop. When I do manage to pop one what comes out is a solid white sort of waxy lump. It's not pus. It's not an STD. They're perfectly normal and are genetically inherited so you're likely to get them for the rest of your life. I just pop mine but some of them REALLY hurt. But then, I don't get them very often. I just popped one and it was the first one I've had in probably 6 or 7 years.
The reason they're so hard to pop is because the stuff inside is not liquid to it tears a larger hole in the skin while coming out. really big ones or really deep ones should probably be seen by a doctor. That said, they won't hurt you. That's where the idea of the "French Tickler" comes from, I think.