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What is the best treatment for pearly penile papules?

PPP. These are a common naturally occuring normal variant of the glans. They can be laser ablated for cosmesis if desired. Read more...

What are my treatment options for pearly penile papules? I've had it for years and just found out what it was tonight online!

They are normal... Pearly penile papules are considered a normal anatomical variation and are not medically significant. They do not have to be treated or removed. As there are risks associated with any procedure, you should strongly consider the risks before you decide to undergo a procedure to remove them. If you do want to discuss options, make an appointment with a dermatologist. Read more...

I enquired of my problem a little more and found it is pearly penile papules. Does it harmful and what is the treatment for this?

No treatment. Entirely benign. No need to treat. Stop right there. Not a disease. Not an infection. Too tiny to be of cosmetic interest. Forget about it. Read more...

How can I cure pearly penile papules (ppp) at home easily?

Not easy or needed. Doesn't need treatment. It is not a skin disorder- just a normal variation. There is no method of removing these that you won't later regret. Read more...

I have few pearly penile papules I was wondering if I can treat them at home with a cream so they fall off. A doc told me no laser is needed.

No. Feel free to send a photo. If you are referring to a small Whitish lesions found just below the urethral opening, these are normal and does not need to be treated. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: pearly penile papules?

Harmless bumps. These are a normal anatomic variation seen in younger, usually uncircumcised men. They appear as tiny pink or tan bumps along the corona (ridge) of the glans (head) of the penis. They are frequently mistaken for genital warts, but are not related to any sexually transmitted disease, and do not require treatment. Read more...