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Spots On Penis
Probably not...: If these spots are not raising or heaping, they should be ok. In life, the features of skin change as we age; what you see on the penis is no difference in those on the other parts of skin. Of course, no 100% accurate answer can be given without a direct look. More? See urologists timely. Best... ...Read more
Here are some...: Without further detailed history on their specifics, relevance, & sequence of events + a direct look and feel, it is hard to tell for sure what they may be, although clinically they may be some forms of keratosis. However, it is not that hard to figure all these out correctly by following instructions in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Best wish to health... ...Read more
No way to: Tell since we can't see the problem. Have your doctor check it out for you. ...Read more
Unclear, but...: The specifics of your Q are not clear enough to deduce reasonable answer, such as referring to smegma, which is the debris of normal skin shedding-off, called, desquamation, or small lesions of <1 mm along corona of glans or beside frenulum, called, pearly penile papules, which are inborn and benign. So, have a urologist take a direct look to assure what you really refer to. ...Read more
Is the discoloration of penis dangerous?What are some brown spots on penis the most times?Can it be a disease???
Probably not: The penis can have different color skin like the rest of your body. It is probably a normal variation, but the only thing you can do to be sure is to have your doctor examine you. ...Read more
May be freckles: In fact, the penis, scrotum and the vulva, in females, are the darkest areas of skin on adult humans, and many people have dark freckle like marks on this area. They may get red from friction from bathing, toweling, or from heat and sexual friction. They are likely not a problem and not dangerous, but if they persist and worry you, show them to your dermatologist. ...Read more
2 black spots on penis head. Doesnt itch nor hurt. what is it? i noticed it just today. im 28 y.o.
See dr.: It is difficult to diagnose a skin condition without visualizing it. I suggest a visit to your PCP or a dermatologist. ...Read more
Have seen if lasting: These may be nothing more complicated than burst capillaries if you've used a hard grip, but if they last, the entity to rule out is a premalignancy usually related to hpv ("erythroplasia" and its family.) have your physician look if and only if they are stable for more than two weeks and are clearly not just blood vessels. ...Read more
Red spots on penis? What are these? No pain, no promiscuous activity - just saw the other day. 38 male/caucasian pretty healthy http://goo.Gl/ubz1zg
Red spots: Go and see a doctor.Get a more detailed answer ›
Here are some ...: This Q has been recurrent many times. Without a direct look at glans penis and further review of detailed clinical Hx, it's hard to decide if red spots on glans penis is long tight foreskin-related or not. If yes, circumcision is advised for recurrent balanoposthtis after ruling out other possibilities such as psoriasis, std-related skin disorders, etc. So, seek pro-evaluation & counseling timely. ...Read more
Yes, but ...: Since Fordyce spots are harmless, one has to consider medical necessity from both patient's and provider's perspectives even though professional possibility does exist. For Fordyce spots, skilful laser or electrocautery can rid of them but with scars in exchange. So, do why you want to get rid of such almost invisible spots in exchange of scars? ...Read more