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White Spot On Penis
Get it checked: It can be a variety of things but the only way to have it diagnosed is if you upload a picture or get seen by a physician in person. ...Read more
One white spot on penis head not around and looks like a wound and in the center not a deep hole. The spot itself is not a wound not itchy no pain?
Need exam: It needs to get checked. It could be nothing significant vs could be something like syphillis chancre sore etc. Tell him to get checked. ...Read more
I have a white spot on penis that's hurts when lightly brushed but not when pressed. May be spot where wart was removed years ago. Can cryo do that?
Have no: Way of knowing without looking at it, which we can't do on the internet as yet. So, the best advice is to show it to your doctor at your next visit. ...Read more
I have an itchy white spot on penis and itchy spot on testicles that almost looks like dry skin. I need to know what's wrong?
I've noticed a white spot on my penis when I start to get erect it comes and goes. Almost like dry skin. I'm freaking out could it be serious?
Likely, OK...: What you described should not pose any clinical significance with no need to worry about since it most likely just represent a small sebaceous gland or cyst with suggestion to be malignancy at all. Like Dr. Miller advised to stop computer and be examined; that is right thing to do. To be helped, to http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html and to lists of Facts of Life-1,2,3 as seen on this site. ...Read more
Hey doc...my questionsis I got some white spot in the penis head!. What is the best way to get it out .its bcuz I take hot shower?
White spots: You really need an exam to diagnose the white spots to be able to tell you how to treat them. I doubt taking a hot shower would cause white spots to occur on your penis. Good luck. ...Read more
. Hi doc . I hav white spot on my penis which is increasing day by day . First it was small now its quite big . In the inside portion of penis . Help?
Could be lesion: This could be traumatic or infectious or allergic. Discuss with your family practice doctor or urologist. ...Read more
Get it seen: A new spot on yourself that stands out needs to be seen. If it's syphilis, having the diagnosis made early will save your health. If it's hpv or molluscum, you'll be glad you were diagnosed and treated. If it's always been there, chances are it's nothing to worry about but if it bothers you, it can be removed with surgery or laser. ...Read more
"Spot like Spots": "Spot like spots"? How long have you had them? Do they itch. Where on the penis? Head? Shaft? Do you take any medications? Do see a dermatologist. . ...Read more
Get checked: Need to see your doctor can't say without examining. ...Read more
Spots: It is impossible to tell you what these spots are without an examination. See your physician. ...Read more
I have a brown spot on my penis, is this normal, it is by all my life. And is little. I'am curious about it?
See answer: Moles (aka nevi) can occur anywhere on the body including the shaft or head of penis: either congenital or acquired during life. Congenital melanocytic nevus would be most common type of mole found on the penis. Other types of benign pigmented moles or lentigo can occur as well. No treatment needed unless desired for cosmetic reasons. Malignant melanoma of penis extremely rare and occur in elderly. ...Read more
I have a spot on my penis and it inflates and irritates whenever I touch it. What is it and how can I deal with it?
Who knows: You need to have an examination. This internet format is not satisfactory for diagnosis and treatment of these kind of lesions. Check with your doctor soon. ...Read more
There is a small round white dry spot on the shaft of my penis. It doesn't itch or anything. Was just curious on what it was.
Leave it alone...: Without a direct look at it, it's hard to say for sure what is you described. So, you may leave it alone and watch it for next few months as long as it does not hurt you in any way and not increase in size or change in color. Of course, if uneasy or in doubt, see a urologist or dermatologist or even a Doc timely. But, don't forget to practice healthy lifestyle without overindulgence & obsession. ...Read more
What condition in penis can begin like white dry spot that clears when ia wet but shows agaim when is dry? Like spot, is weard
I have noticed white spot area on the corona of the penis. Have no any itch and pain. Why this is and what to do? Please inform
Benign: Sounds like a benign lesion. Take it easy. ...Read more
Need more info...: At which part of penis? At penile erection or flaccidity? Having any associated symptoms? How long it has been? ... More? So, follow instructions/steps described in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby it is very likely to find out what it may be so its right care could be provided. Clinically, something purple would lead one to conjecture it could be a blood vessel-related lesion... ...Read more
Here are some ...: What you described seems suggesting you just incidentally saw or felt this pus-filled-like spot on the penis. Clinically & most likely, it's a harmless either hyperactive sebaceous gland of a hair follicle or a sebaceous cyst depending on its size. This condition usually requires no Rx as long as not hurting, not much growing in size, & not becoming infected. But, see Doc timely if still in doubt. ...Read more
This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes.
Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more
Probably not, but...: What and how you reported seem not clinically serious, but it is hard to tell for sure without a analysis of detailed history stressing sequence of events + findings of inspection/palpation at least. To ascertain what it may be can be done by following instructions in https://ebettercare.com/feel-become-sick/, although clinically it may be an ectopic sebaceous glands. Best wish to health... ...Read more
Depends: If you were born with it and it doesn't bother you or grow or bleed, then no. If any of the above do occur, see your doctor. ...Read more
OK, but follow: Something that is unchanged for 6 months is unlikely to be a problem. However, to be on the safe side, have your doctor look at it the next time you see him, or if it changes. Have it looked within about the next 3 months. ...Read more