I have strange small painless bumps on my penis head?

I’ve had an std tests. All results come back negative. But I have strange small painless bumps on my penis head. Can anyone tell me what this is please ? They are very small and almost flesh colored. Is this just some bacterial or fungal infection ? I appreciate any help at all!

Age: 27
Medications: None

I have had uterine ablation approximately 10 years ago, is hysterectomy recommended?

I have had uterine ablation approximately 10 years ago. I am 53 and premenopausal. Recently started having cramping and pain in what I thought was left ovary. They did find cystic lesion 3×8 x 3.3 x 5.1 cm in the left ovary but what concerns me is this: “Complex findings in the uterus with a large irregular region of fluid and soft tissue, which may arise from the endometrium. Differential considerations would include an endometrial malignancy. A large degenerating fibroid is an alternative consideration.” They are recommending a D&C with ultrasound guidance because of the scar tissue and history of severe endometriosis. Rt ovary was removed 4 years ago found to be endometrioma. I’m wondering why a hysterectomy wouldn’t be a better idea to just put an end to all of these issues?

Age: 53
Medications: verapamil
General Information: lower abdominal cramping and bloating.

I have blood in my urine, is it cancer?

Two and a half weeks ago I had a day where my urine was dark red/brown. I put this down to too much black coffee as it always makes me need to urinate much more often. I even thought it could be the coffee passing through me. This continued for a few days and then became normal one time and coloured the next. This is how it continued until during the last few days it became more blood coloured more often, but my doctor had started me on Rivaroxaban because I have intermittent AF and one of the common side effects is blood in the urine. Today, for example from first thing in the morning my urine was clear, bloody, clear, clear and then bloody, bloody and clear.
Having seen a bloody urine sample and tested it today my doctor has referred me as urgent to the hospital for tests.
I have googled it and found with bladder cancer it is quite usual for the urine to fluctuate, being bloody one time and not the next.
Are my chances of having cancer great? Unfortunately I am 65 and have smoked all my life albeit less then 10 a day.
Thank you

Age: 65
Medications: Rivaroxaban and Citalopram both 20mg

Is Transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) the right procedure?

I’m 67 years old with an enlarged prostrate. I’ve taken tamsulosin 2x a day for 5 years but the problem has gotten to the point that I admit that I need to take more effective measures. Because I also have a 2mm stone in my bladder my urologist says TURP is the procedure of choice. My question is this, is it obvious that TURP is the way to go or are there alternative procedures to explore? My urologist is quite competent but he is semi-retired “old school” and I’m not confident that he knows about the most recent developments in the field.

Age: 67
Medications: Tamsulosin HCL 0.4mg twice a day
General Information: Except for the enlarged prostrate I am in very good health