Top
10
Doctor insights on: Wart On Penis Shaft

Share
1

1
I have a reddish pinkish spot on my penis shaft. It's like a wart but is smooth and soft. I ?

I have a reddish pinkish spot on my penis shaft. It's like a wart but is smooth and soft. I ?

Lichen planus?: Most skin problems of the genital area are not STDs. Your description suggests lichen planus, which would be even more likely if you also have lacy white marks in your mouth, inside the cheeks. Google LP to find photos. It's not serious, easily treated. See your GP -- or to be sure you see an expert with lots of experience in genital lesions, your nearest NHS GUM clinic. ...Read more

Dr. Arnold Beresh
664 doctors shared insights

Warts (Definition)

Warts are outgrowths of the skin, usually caused by a virus. They are self-limited, meaning that they can go away on its own ...Read more


2

2
My girlfriend diagnosed with high risk 56 HPV ,so do I have the same strand ? Actually I see some white grains on my penis shaft so does it warts

My girlfriend diagnosed with high risk 56 HPV ,so do I have the same strand ? Actually I see some white grains on my penis shaft so does it warts

May be & may not...: Being exposed to HPV does not mean you will contract it and contracting it does mean you will develop wart, reflecting your immune ability to defend yourself. As to what you see on penile shaft, time will tell by watch its possible growth, which may manifest its unique appearance. So, watch, wait, and see for now, and seek evaluation & counseling timely as needed. ...Read more

3

3
Hey! I'm a 22 year old white male and recently I've discovered these small white bumps on my penis shaft. They're painless and look like skin tags. They seemed to form after I had some warts removed from my elbow, which leads me to believe that it may be

Hey! I'm a 22 year old white male and recently I've discovered these small white bumps on my penis shaft. They're painless and look like skin tags. They seemed to form after I had some warts removed from my elbow, which leads me to believe that it may be

Probably normal: Every male has "small white bumps" on the penile skin, normal sebaceous glands and hair follicles. If you are this is new and/or abnormal, see your doctor or a dermatologist. In the meantime, this description doesn't sound at all like genital warts. And common skin warts don't get transmitted to the genital area, so that's really not something to be concerned about. Best wishes. ...Read more

5

5
I have 2 small round, raised bumps on my penis shaft. They are painless and brown in colour and don't look like warts or Fordyce spots?

I have 2 small round, raised bumps on my penis shaft. They are painless and brown in colour and don't look like warts or Fordyce spots?

Cannot diagnose: Without the ability to examine these after obtaining a full history, it would be foolish to try and predict what these might be. See your doctor or perhaps a dermatologist. ...Read more

8

8
Tiny white dots on penis shaft by head. No sex or sexual activity at all. Have common wart but on penis there not raised. What is it?

Tiny white dots on penis shaft by head. No sex or sexual activity at all. Have common wart but on penis there not raised. What is it?

PPP: Pearly penile papules, sometimes called Tyson's glands. Can come and go, be more prominent at times than others. They are benign , normal and no need for concern. More prominent in uncircumcised penises. You can always take and send a picture of "wart" for our review. It would not be sexting ; would be for medical review and you remain anonymous. ...Read more

See 1 more doctor answer
9

9
Slightly raised, dry irregular shaped bump on skin of penis shaft. Not wart or cancer. It is brownish looking and rough to touch. Approx 2mm diameter.

Slightly raised, dry irregular shaped bump on skin of penis shaft. Not wart or cancer. It is brownish looking and rough to touch. Approx 2mm diameter.

See in real life: Skin bumps can sometimes be diagnosed via video. A patient can try HealthTap PRIME for a virtual consult (there is a fee). Otherwise, one's primary care doctor or a dermatologist can examine the bump. It could still be a wart, even if it doesn't stick out much. It could be an usual mole or a closed comedone. It may be best to get it examined, so that the doctor gets the texture and feel of it. ...Read more

Dr. David Hettinger
585 doctors shared insights

Verruca (Definition)

Verruca is the medical term for a wart, which is a non-cancerous skin ...Read more