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Bump On Penis
Sebaceous cyst...: The most common lump as described is sebaceous cyst, which may grow in size with highly variable pace and may become infected occasionally leading to abscess. But a better diagnosis requires direct inspection and palpation after good history. So, collect the feature, degree, and course of the bump over time and bring them to see the experts timely. ...Read more
Wart or skin tag: Without seeing that bump, we can only speculate whether it's a benign skin tag or infectious wart or something else. Go see your Family Doc or local health department. Blisters would make me think of herpes while ulcers would make me think of nastier sexually transmitted diseases/infections. If you're engaging in sex, be sure to wrap it up for both your sake each & every time. ...Read more
PPP: Likely are pearly penile papules, which are harmless. See: http://pppremoval. Hubpages. Com/hub/pearly-penile-papules-ppp-removal-treatments -- for more information and options on treatment, if desired. If not similar, should see your dr or a urologist for diagnosis and treatment options. ...Read more
What are they?: A row of bumps along the corona are usually pearly papules. They're a normal variant and you either like them or you don't -- if the latter, they can be removed by a laser. All men have some big sebaceous glands on themselves and they're normal. If you have genital warts, your personal physician can and should treat them as needed. If it's something else, again get seen. ...Read more
Penis bumps: Penis bumps can be many things. Some STDs, some not. Only general advice can be given without a photo or physical exam. Top 2 photos are non-STDs: Fordyce spots (sebum which can be extricated by M.D. or left alone), Infected hair follicle (plucked and kept clean). Bottom 2 photos are STDs (HPV and Molluscum) to be evaluated by your MD so s/he can rule out other STDs and council you for prevention. ...Read more
Dr. should have told: Physicians responsibility to explain diagnosis, what is being treated & action of any prescribed medication. Viaderm contains triamcinalone a streoid cream to decrease inflammation, antibiotics to kill bacteria & Nystatin which kills yeast and certain fungi. Sort of take care of everything ointment! ...Read more
I have this bump on penis that hurts to touch & just comes and goes in the same spot sometimes it'll go away for months then comes back for months?
Skin cyst?: A recurrent problem of this sort, at the same spot each time, almost certainly is a sebaceous cyst or something like that. It's harmless. But see a doctor to confirm (ideally when it's swollen). A very minor surgical procedure probably could drain or remove it, ending the problem. ...Read more
This may: Warrant medical evaluation (since the cause is not known). ...Read more
Bumps on Penis: Spots on the penis are very common and most do not have a serious cause. However, occasionally spots can indicate a significant health problem. So, it's important to seek prompt medical advice if you're concerned. ...Read more
?Pearly pink papules: A symmetrical ring of ting bumps around penis just under outer edge of glans penis are perfectly normal. Tend to be more prominent on an uncircumcised penis and can appear to be more or less prominent from time to time. They are normal. Feel free to send a photo for us to review privately and comment confidentially if you think the bumps are something else. ...Read more
Since we: Can't see it on the internet, I would advise you to have your doctor take a look at it when it's visible. ...Read more
6 bumps above penis. Taken a year to grow. Some smaller than grain of rice, some a little larger than a pin prick. Believe it's from shaving. Warts?
Bumps on penis since 1 month. 2-3 clustered and 3 around it and 3 in a straight row near it. non ifchy painless. can't squeeze pop, no sex in past 1yr.
On corona?: Without further details, it is hard to tell what they may be. But based on what you described with little specifics, these bumps could be just few unharmful pearly penile papules (PPP) along the corona of glans penis. If so, leave them alone with no need to intervene. If still concerned, follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html so to achieve good care as needed. ...Read more
Depends...: The timing to heal depends on the degree of inflammation and personal health for self-healing. However, on average, it may take 5-10 days to resolve. For more individual specifics on the subject, contact the treating doc. To help understand on what to do for self-care, go to Basics for... in http://www.formefirst.com/Basics-SelfImprovement.html. Best wish... ...Read more