What STD could it be if I have small bumps and painful urination
A:Sebaceous cysts have these symptoms and may occasionally become infected and form into painful abscesses. Please see your doctor. [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-std-could-it-be-if-i-have-small-bumps-and-painful-urination ]
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- What STD could it be if I have small bumps and painful urination?
- Sebaceous cysts have these symptoms and may occasionally become infected and form into painful abscesses. Please see your doctor.
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