I believe I have warts on my scrotum doctor. I also have phimosis. What are my chances of developing penile cancer? Can a glans swab test be helpful

No answer, but... There would be no one who can answer your question for sure since many factors contribute to cancer change and circumcision at adult age fails to benefit cancer prevention. So, it would be most logical for you to see a urologist and follow her/his instruction to carry out daily care of life and manage whatever may emerge timely. There is no known swab test to help early diagnosis while being fine.

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I have 3 lesions on scrotum believed to be warts. Next visit to uro in 2 weeks. Am I guaranteed penile cancer. Uncircumsized but no phimosis and clean?

No. There are no such guarantees in life. Our world is many shades of gray, not black or white. Hopefully, a person will never get penile cancer... but that means he has to die of something else, because all lives are finite on this Earth. Conversely, if a guy doesn't die of something else, he will die from penis cancer (note that this saying can apply to every disease known to man). Read more...

I have genital warts on my scrotum. And also uncircumcised. I generally keep my penis clean inside and outside. No smegma. Chances of penile cancer? Low?

See below . Overall, penile cancer is a very rare cancer. And though it has been associated with certain high-risk strains of HPV and occurs almost exclusively in uncircumcised males....safe sex with regular condom usage and good, proper, regular penile hygiene are the most important and effective preventative measures against developing penile cancer. . Read more...

I am 20 years old and I think I have genital warts. Will be going for a biopsy. But what are my chances of penile cancer? I also have phimosis.

Answered? This Q was answered, but may be not what the inquirer likes to hear. In reality, adult circumcision is commonly done for it related symptomatic relief and will not prevent cancer occurrence, yet helping its early diagnosis due to easy visibility from no phimosis. Warts - biosy? Needed or not? If not going to change how you may live on, it is unnecessary. More? Ask local urologist. Read more...

Have 3 warts on scrotum. But used condoms at all times. What are my risks of penile cancer? Uncircumsised. Can biopsy serotyping tell what strain? Help!

Hard to say. Condoms can reduce but not prevent the spread of HPV. The wart strains are also not known to trigger cancer.However, the contacts involved in getting one strain can also give you the other strains that are. You can have specific serum studies done to see what strains your body has developed antibodies to. Most are at very low risk. Read more...