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One Bump On Penis
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
Difficult to tell: Without seeing a lesion. If persists see a doctor. ...Read more
Going through puberty have little white bumps on my shaft on my penis but one reddish bump that is towards the top of the shaft. what is it?
Shaft issue: Hard to be sure without taking your medical history and examining your concern. Please make an appointment to be seen by your primary doctor as soon as possible, and let me know what happens. ...Read more
Noticed small purple black lumps under foreskin on penis and one on penis head - (this one was already present before sex). Could it be genital warts?
A white slightly risen patch appeared on the bottom shaft of my penis. Its painless doesnt flake or itch but Has raised my concerns on what this is?
No, should be loose: Assume you are referring to foreskin adhesion or penile skin bridging. Latter is where part of the original circumcision scar has grown attached to the penile glans. This can easily and painlessly be divided in the office 30 - 40 minutes after application of local anesthetic cream. We could easily confirm this by your sending a photograph of this problem via cell-phone for review. ...Read more
My bf has this white hard small pimple looking spot on the head of his penis. And another one appeared on edge. No pain or discomfort?
Here are some...: Most likely he may just have harmless lesions like pearly penile papules or some rash related with long-foreskin-related inflammation/infection. Nonetheless, no one can offer perfect Dx without taking a direct look. So, confirm Dx before Rx. More? Follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby you gain much insight on how to work closely with Doc to reach right Dx & Rx... ...Read more
Lesions: Lumps or lesions on the penis or scrotum can be venereal disease, ingrown hair, sebaceous cyst or many other conditions. They can only be properly diagnosed by observation and other testing and you should seek advice from a family doctor or specialist to get yourself diagnosed and treated. ...Read more
Here are some ...: Without specific characteristics such as size, number, color, texture, distribution, foreskin, symptoms, duration, recurrence, etc. of the bump, an accurate Dx could not be reached. So, collect and bring those to see Doc timely. But, clinically, rashes in glans penis from balanoposthitis in long / tight foreskin are the most common possibility. Rx? Topical hygiene + topical anti-fungal cream... ...Read more
1 sesame seed size purple spot on toe.2 flat pink dime sized spots on butt, dull testicle ache, had bump on roof for 1 day.Protected sex 4wk ago. Hiv?
Most likely Not HIV: You might have another std (not enough information for conclusive answer was given). 4 wks is not sufficient time for these types of symptoms to show for HIV - at this stage HIV would be more "flu-like" in nature + you used protection. Still if you are concerned see health clinic or regular md for testing. ...Read more
See remark: Is this recent ,or of some standing ? Not knowing your history ,did it follow sexual contact ? injury? does it itch ? Is it getting larger or smaller? Use an antibiotic ointment twice a day at the spot,avoid sexual contact..if it doesn't go away or increase in size,it would be advisable to see s skin specialist or a urologist. Wishing you the best in health ...Read more
Bumps on Penis: I think in an office evaluation is important for you. These could represent a number of conditions, with genital warts being the most likely. Genital warts can spread, be spread to another person, and even increase your lifetime risk of penile cancer if not properly treated. If spread to a female, she may not be aware of the warts, and would be at risk for cervical cancer. Please see your md! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer