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Do you have any history of unprotected sex with multiple partners?
Are these bumps painful?
Did your doctor advised any laboratory investigations?
Do you have any systemic skin problem?
As you don't have any history of unprotected sex so this is confirmed that this is not STD.
I do think this may be allergic reaction or manifestation of skin problem like eczema.
Penis eczema also known as penile dermatitis is a possible differential diagnosis in your case.
You can ask your doctor to do Absolute Eosinophil Count and IgE levels to rule out allergy.
This is a chronic problem.
There is no cure for eczema, but, in most cases, it is manageable.
I hope this helps
It can be either psoriasis or eczema.
Both are chronic problems and are not curable.
Treatment is aimed to manage the symptoms.
Since you already have eczema chances are this is manifestation of systemic skin condition.
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With treatments this will improve and will look normal but their are chances of flare up during period of stress etc and chances of recurrence are present.
Yes you should continue with the medication and try to avoid foods that trigger your symptoms.
Peanuts, milk, soy, wheat, fish, and eggs may be related to eczema flares.
Stress is known to be associated with eczema.
High and low humidity
Perspiration from exercise
Soaps and detergents
Creams that control itching and inflammation-- Corticosteroid cream
Creams that help repair the skin-- Elidel
Oral or injected drugs that control inflammation-Prednisolone
It may take at least 1 month for treatment results to show up.This is a chronic problem.
These are usually available with a prescription.
Their is slight improvement with treatment.
Kindly be patient and continue the treatment.