lumps on bottom of the penis

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  1. james2200

    james2200 New Member

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    is it normal to have almost white heads on the balls side of my penis i can pop them like white heads but they just keep coming back.? is this a normal hormone thing?
     
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    the saying is - if in doubt have it checked out
     
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    They may be what is known a Pearly Penile Papuals (not a joke). They come and go and I understand the only way to treat them is with a nitrogen thing from the dermatologist. I have a friend who has about 4 where the head and shaft meet on the underside by that "V" area. When questioned, his reply is "It's just part of my anatomy and not contagious" (like a built in French Tickler) Google it for more info. Hope this is helpful
     
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    Don't worry about it James it's completely harmless :smile:
     
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    Couple of possibilities. Could be ingrown hairs or worse HPV (warts). Best to ask your Dr. next time you see him/her.
     
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    They could well be pearly penile papules. If they burst it's really unlikely that they're HPV (genital warts). They could also be ingrown hairs.

    Ask a medical professional.
     
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