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Black Spots appear on glans

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Hi I am circumcised. Few months ago I noticed 2 black spots similar to little moles on the head area of my penis. First I thought it could be mark of any kind and would go away after few days. But surprisingly there is no sign of going away rather I have noticed a few more brown/black spots appeared around the head of the penis. Although they don’t hurt or itch looks harmless to me. But still I am worried why suddenly they are coming on this area? Are they turning into anything sinister in future? Please help if anyone has similar concerns.

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I am not entirely sure whether you haven't posted here about said issue, including a pic, where the majority of people told you to go see a doctor instead of posting on the forums. It might not have been you and if that is the case, there was one other person with said issue. And I will tell you the same thing as I told him, go see a doctor as soon as possible. Black marks are deffo not normal and need to be looked at by a professional.

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Fz39 in reply to Cipher

Thanks for your reply. It could be other person with similar condition but I have written here for the first time. I find it embarrassing to go check with doctor that’s why I first try to get the solution from online forum if the issue is not anything serious. Anyway I will contact doctor as I am feeling I need to, because of the seriousness of the matter.

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Cipher in reply to Fz39

Doctors are specialists that have seen hundreds if not thousands of people with various conditions, there is certainly nothing to be embarrassed about.

If you can I would skip the GP and go straight to a specialist, either urologist or dermatologist (in that order). Black spots on skin are never really normal unless it is a mole, but a penis glans is not really a place for a mole but then again, I am not a doctor and don't know. Best to get it checked out to rule out its anything serious.

Good luck.

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