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Can you attach the photos here? Pain or itch?
The bumps under the glans are called Pearly papules. The bumps on the shaft are called Fordyce spots. Both are normal. You don't need to worry about them. Reassured.
Can you attach color photos?
These pictures are not good enough to exclude warts.
If you have this on the neck as well, this is most likely.
OR, musculosum contagiosum
You would not get pearly papules on the neck.
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do you have a better picture of the neck lesions?
I have no picture of the lip lesions either.
I would say the neck lesions, as best as I can say, are milia.
This is harmless.
The lip lesions are likely to be fordyce spots.
The lesions under the foreskin are atypical enough that you need a magnified exam [which you should have on all of these]. I can not verify for sure that they are all pearly papules, and you want to rule out early warts, fungal infection, etc. Pearly papules are normal, but they would not appear all of a sudden.
Most likely they were milia if they resolved.
Can't see your lips.
I see nothing on your lips.
Your penis could be pearly papules but they don't have quite the typical appearance.
REmember that you need to be examined under magnification for a diagnosis.
We do not diagnose on the site.
You want to rule out small warts as i said.
A magnified exam will resolve this.
If you want to circle what you are talking about in the lip area I will take another look.
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The first looks like fungal
The legs look like scabies.
You need to go see a dermatologist or internist.
You have multiple indications of a problem.
Do that this week.
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The first of the last two pictures looks fungal.
The leg lesions look like lesions you have scratched, which is typical of scabies.
Simple as that.
You need to see a doctor in person to confirm any diagnosis.
You clearly have several problems going on at once.
Preferably you see an internal medicine doctor or dermatologist.
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