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Is it possible for a teen to get pearly penile papules at the age of 15 years?

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Dr. Michael Fisher
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In brief: Penile papules

Pearly penile papules are more popular in uncircumcised men, ages 13-30, and often go away with age.
These bumps cannot be spread by sexual contact, and are completely normal. It is estimated that about 25% of all men develop a case of pearly penile papules sometime during their lifetime. It is commonly said, but not medically proven, that masturbation, sex, or any friction or irritation can cause.

In brief: Penile papules

Pearly penile papules are more popular in uncircumcised men, ages 13-30, and often go away with age.
These bumps cannot be spread by sexual contact, and are completely normal. It is estimated that about 25% of all men develop a case of pearly penile papules sometime during their lifetime. It is commonly said, but not medically proven, that masturbation, sex, or any friction or irritation can cause.
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