What would this be?

Discussion in 'The Healthy Penis' started by D_HarryFrenum, Nov 20, 2011.

  1. D_HarryFrenum

    D_HarryFrenum New Member

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    Ever since like I was 13 (or started puberty), I've had little small yellowish bumps in patches on my lower shaft of dick, that aren't noticeable until I'm hard. Is this an STD (I'm a virgin), or a different disease, or just pubic acne? Sometimes I can squeeze it and zit-like stuff comes out. (sorry if that's gross.)

    I've been wondering since then, when I was just a young teen I freaked out about it but there's no pain, no other rashes or whatever. Do I just not wash that area well enough? I have bad acne other place but usually it's inflamed so it's bright red.
     
  2. D_Fred Flintstones

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    it sounds like ingrowing hair to be honest
     
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    it could be ingrown hairs, blocked oil ducts, etc, I would advise a Dr. visit, and maybe it is related to acne...which there are treatments for... like ProActive ( not affiliated in any way)
     
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    Well if you ain't had sex it can't be an STD.

    Sounds like it's most likely prominent sebaceous glands, which are very common.

    And *smack* stop squeezing 'em! Lol.

    But seriously, if it's worrying you that's reason enough to get checked out by a doctor.
     
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    I saw a dermatologist about another issue and mentioned this very thing to him. He took a look, wrote me a prescription for a cream, and they have cleared up almost 100%. The cream doesn't hurt or burn, there are no side effects. Go show a doctor.
     
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    Don't "pop" them! they are natural

    Spots on the penis
     
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    Exactly, definitely, yes, and I agree.
     
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    Sounds like Fordyce spots to me. Totally harmless, and normal, on men and women.
     
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    nothing a drill and medium sanding disk won't fix!! lol
     
  11. D_Miranda_Wrights

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    Yes. If they're on the shaft, they're not pearly penile papules, they're Fordyce spots. You can Google them if you want, but they're totally innocuous.
     
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    Nobody here is a doctor. SEE YOUR DOCTOR.
     
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    hahhaaahahaaahaa
     
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    You really don't need to see a doctor for something that obviously matches a normal skin variation and that you've had for years without a problem. I mean, you can, but it's probably not worth your time and money -- and I'm someone who generally encourages people to see a doctor if they have any significant uncertainty.
     
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