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Are you having any other symptoms with the pimple, such as pain?
Could you attach a picture of the pimple?
Thank you for the picture.
I have reviewed the picture, including zooming in on the picture, This definitely does not look like any STD. It looks like prominent sweat glands, which can occur because of blockage of the ducts that drain the sweat glands.
If there is no pain, there is no need to do anything about these, and they will typically resolve with time, although the exact length of time can vary significantly. If you want to accelerate the resolution, there are some simple interventions that you can do at home. Of course, the baseline care is regular hygiene. It will usually help to apply moist heat a couple times per day. This can be done by soaking in hot bath water or by applying warm compresses. It also may help to apply an over the counter topical antibiotic, such as Neosporin.
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It is common to get several of these at the same time, as the underlying process can affect several sweat glands. The interventions above would help each of them.
This does not have the appearance of any STD.
You mentioned in the other thread about a skin tag, but a skin tag would not have the appearance of a pimple.
Friction, either from frequent masturbation or sex, can contribute to the issue, but since the problem is not significant, there is no reason to alter your sexual habits.
Something is there, and the above interventions can help it to resolve.
You posted two additional pictures in the other thread. The answer is the same after reviewing these additional pictures. There is nothing in these pictures that look like an STD.
The answer is the same with this picture.
I discussed this in the original answer above.
Please let me know if I can provide any further assistance.