First post, and first of all, I think places like these are great. It's a good place for people like me to get help about anything embarrassing at 3 in the morning.I'm a few months from 18, and uncircumcised. I discovered not long ago that my foreskin was supposed to retract, so I did some research. I did the stretching thing, and after a month of that, I am now able to retract fully (with minor effort) when flaccid and erect.Cleaning is easier and sensitivity I think is becoming less of a problem. However, just recently, I found some spots on my inner foreskin on the underside of my penis (further down the shaft below the frenulum when fully retracted). These spots are small and white/cream-ish. There is one cluster of about 5 or 6 of them and a pair of them, no more than 1cm away. At first, they look like typical fordyce spots, but when that area of the foreskin is stretched out (stretching out the spots, ie. when erect), they resemble more closely fordyce spots seen on the lips or the vulva, and not the usual pictures of fordyce spots on the penis (which seem to look a bit larger).Are these just a more uncommon appearance of fordyce?I am a virgin. I have had oral sex before, but no coitus.