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Herpes? Condom broke twice

So I had sex with a girl I met for the first time on 12.5 and the condom broke. It was about 5-8 secs when I realized what happened. I pulled out and put on a new condom and continued. No signs of infection yet. On 12.17 I had sex with a different girl for the first time and the condom also broke, about 5 secs max passed and I pulled out and put on another condom and continued. FYI I usually don't have issues with condoms and they don't usually break like this.
On 12.25 I noticed little raised bumbs at the base of the head of my penis. At first I didn't think anything of it until the next day when the bumbs didn't go away. I then was in panic and automatically thought herpes. Looked at a lot of the images online and some of the images looked similar. Just small bumbs close together, no open sores or redness (darker skinned) and also no pain or itching. I don't have flu like symptoms but have a slight sore sinus maybe from the cold weather.

The bumbs haven't really changed since 12.25 and I'm wondering what's the likelyhood that I'm infected with a STD? I'm going to get tested very soon but wanted to get some info before I drive myself crazy about this.
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15249123 tn?1478652475
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It doesn't sound like herpes. Herpe sores progress quickly into fluid filled blisters. Also they are usually painful. I would suggest going to your Dr or a dermatologist to have them looked at. If nothing else it will put your mind at ease
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Thank you. Went this morning. Wasn't herpes. Dr. said it would go away on its own.
Outstanding!! Good news.
Have a happy new year
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