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little bumps on begining of shaft

i had sex with this girl and the condom broke...i wasnt all the way inside of her vigina when it broke i was at the opening so i hopped up and ran to the bathroom and cleaned my penis off(twice)so then i went home and took a full shower and applied alcohol on my head and shaft of my penis then later took a bath in warm water and a little clorox...almost a month had passed and then one morning i noticed i had small bumps forming around the bottom of my penis(begining of shaft)its been a few weeks and they havent got any bigger or smaller and the skin is wrinkly...could it be the alcohol or should i be worried about an std?could it be PPP?
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Seems like your penis could just be reacting to the bleach and alcohol that you used to clean.  Our private areas are very sensitive and bleach along with alcohol can cause irritation to the skin.  To be on the safe side I would go to a doctor anyway to rule out any stds but I highly doubt that is what you are experiencing.  
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I have these bumps as well, they sometimes itch, but usually are alright. They don't seem to serve any purpose.
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thanks couriousgeorgia301
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and alaris!
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