Can nocturnal emissions cause penile cancer?

Nocturnal emissions . Are healthy and normal. They are no cause for concern, and rather, should be reassuring. They DO NOT cause cancer or any untoward consequence. If you remain concerned, schedule a time to talk with your doctor. .

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Does not cleaning under your foreskin cause penile cancer?

Maybe. Are you circumcised? Penile cancer is much much more prevalent in uncircumcised males especially if hygiene is not a priority. Read more...
ON THE CONTRARY. Peancernile cancer is related to a combination of being uncircumcised and poor personal hygene. Uncircumcised men with poor personal hygene, especially if they have phimosis (tight foreskin) are at significant risk to develop penile cancer. Cleaning under the foreskin regularly virtually removes any risk of penile cancer. Penile cancer is virtually unknown in scandinavia where hygene is excellent. Read more...
Certainly predispose. Almost all cases of penile cancer are due to a combination of being uncircumcised plus poor hygiene. Inabilty to retract foreskin increases risk of poor hygiene and penile cancer. There is visrtually no penile cancer in scandinavia, where few men are circumcised and level of hygiene, in cluding cleaning under foreskin, is high. Read more...

Have read bad hygiene can cause penile cancer. Please describe specificly "bad hygiene".

Foreskin? Depending on circumcision status the area under the foreskin can accumulate dirt and debris from multiple sources. The risk is slightly increased in those not circumscribed that do not keep the area clean. Read more...

What causes penile cancer?

Poor hygiene. The most common risk factor for penile cancer is poor hygiene, typically in patients who are not circumcised. Another risk factor inlcudes penile hpv. Read more...
Penile Cancer . Penile cancer is more common, although still rare, in uncircumcised men. The human papilloma virus (hpv) has been implicated in many cases studied. In other cases, no direct cause is known. Read more...

What are the causes of penile cancer?

Here are some... The ultimate cause for cancer is the unwanted mutation of local cells leading to their non-stoppable division & growth in mass, which has been known to be associated with HPV infection notably by subtype 16 & 18, phimosis, no circumcision during young age, etc. But, clinically penile cancer is still a rarity. If concerned, see Doc by following info in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Read more...

Can a yeast infection cause penile cancer?

No, not related. Penile cancer is not very common, but a bad thing to have because the treatment might include cutting off part of the penis. A person should see a doctor whenever there is any unusual change on his penis. Yeast infections on either the penis or in a vagina are mild problems that are treated with anti-fungals. A yeast infection does not cause penile cancer. Read more...
Not really. A fungal (yeast) infection of the penis if left alone for a long period (years), may be associated with hyperplasia, which along with additional factors, may ultimately lead to dysplasia and then cancer. However, hygiene and circumscision are two factors known to be associated with a decreased risk of penile cancer. Hpv is a known increased risk factor for cancer development. Read more...

How many/what strains of HPV warts cause penile cancer?

Genital warts. The hpv types that cause external visible warts (hpv types 6 and 11) rarely cause cancer. Other hpv types (most often types 16, 18, 31, 33 and 35) are less common in visible warts but are strongly associated with penile and vulvar intra-epithelial neoplasia (pre-cancerous changes) and squamous cell carcinoma (scc) of the genital area especially cervical cancer and less frequently invasive vulvar c. Read more...
16 and 18. Hpv type 16 and 18 are involved in most penile cancers. However, other types may also cause cancer. Read more...

Can genital warts cause penile cancer?

Slightly higher risk. Genital warts and penile cancer are caused by different types of HPV. People with genital warts may have a slightly higher risk of penile cancer, but only a little bit. With or without past warts, penile cancer is very rare. And it's always easily curable, without serious surgery, if treated early. See a doctor to have warts treated, and get seen soon if any future bumps or sores on the penis. Read more...

I am currently treating HPV warts. Do the strands that cause warts cause cancer? Is penile cancer rare in circumcised men?

No worries. Different HPV types cause warts than cancer. Penile cancer is very rare in both circumcised and uncircumcised men. Equally important, all penile cancer is easily cured if diagnosed and treated early. See a doctor if you develop any unexplained future penile bumps or sores. If that were to happen, it's probably 20 or more years in the future. Read more...
Not so much. The really nasty warts are usually caused by strains that are less likely to produce cancer, but don't get complacent. The good news is that if you keep a good eye on yourself and your physician checks you regularly, you can get any little cancers removed before they mutilate you. Checks every few months for the rest of your life should be okay. Read more...

Can HPV itself cause penile cancer? I generally keep my penile area clean (no smegma) and also tale immune boosters. Whats my penile cancer risk?

Yes. Risk of penile cancer is less than one in 100,000 men. HPV is found in 50% of cases. Men who have a history of HPV DO have a higher risk of cancer than the population. Check out more stats here... http://www.cdc.gov/cancer/hpv/statistics/cases.htm. Read more...