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Treatments For Lymphomatoid Papulosis
See your doctor: You need treatment. You may have HPV on your penis or a cross between bowen's disease and genital warts. Either way you will want a pathology report and proper treatment and removal of the lesions. Depending on what you have will determine your prognosis. Use condoms in the future incase it is HPV. Please get proper treatment. ...Read more
Can Bowenoid papulosis be treated with Trichloroacetic Acid? Is it recommended to treat with acid or this type of acid?
No one: No one preferred therapy. Many available. How you are treated is a function of which Dr you are with. If initial treatment is not successful or not tolerated there are many options. ...Read more
HPV: Bowenoid papulosis is caused by an infection with a virus from the human papilloma virus group. HPV is typically sexually transmitted. BP seems to more prevalent in the Asian population, although I could not find data on its prevalence. BP is a precancerous lesion of the skin, can heal off spontaneously, is susceptible to a number of treatment options, and in < 1 % of cases turns into cancer. ...Read more
What is Bowenoid papulosis? doc said its normal but I am bit concerned. I am virgin hence this is not HPV. Please advice!!
Most are benign, but: Bowenoid papulosis is a lesion looking to a degree like a wart but still discernable most of times under experienced eyes. It is a intraepithelial new growth, which is benign for most of cases, with very occasionally becoming squamous cell carcinoma. More detailed? Go to http://www.dermnetnz.org/site-age-specific/bowenoid-papulosis.html. So, watch, wait, and see as previously instructed. Best ... ...Read more
I think I am having penile Bowenoid papulosis. Dermatologist said its normal. But i m concerned I didn't have these 2 weeks before. Help???
Watch, wait, & see..: Hi! MGuy, As previously note, it would still most reasonable to just watch, wait, and see how the concerned spot may evolve for at least 3-6 months as long as being asymptomatic from this patch. The color of glans penis may change as men age chiefly related with exposure to estrogen from intercourse; that is normal. More? Contact me at www.HealthTap.com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login and I may help. ...Read more
I have a small pigmented wart on my scrotum. Like 1-2 mm? Could it be Bowedian papulosis? Im not sure whether its a wart even? Should I meet a GP?
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