Warts on head of penis, is this normal?

No. Penile "warts" are not normal and may be a sign of hpv infection. The human papillomavirus is a common genital condition (in both men and women). Hpv is infectious, and if you have it, you may transmit it to sexual partners. It would be good to visit with a clinic / healthcare provider to have an examination and see if an appropriate treatment could be pursued. Hope that this helps.

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On top of my penis head are a couole small white bumps that look like white heads. Tested for warts wasn't it. Help?

Penile Bumps. It is hard to answer without examination, but if you have no symptoms you may have pearly penile papules, which are benign bumps and do not cause any problems and are quite common. Please have yourself evaluated. Read more...
Balanitis. That sounds like balanitis which is often from yeast. If you're uncircumcised you're at increased risk for this. However the only way to get an accurate diagnosis is for you to be examined by a health care provider. Read more...

I have a extra skin near my Penis head. Is it cauliflower wart or extra skin. Is the extra skin cause by too much masterbate? I'm a virgin pls help

Get seen, Brian. Enjoying your body won't change the distribution of skin. This may be a remnant of your foreskin if you're circumcised, or a short foreskin if you're not; it may be a common wart or you may have one or more pearly papules if it's around your corona. Get with your physician to review some of the basics about your body, now that you're a grown man. Best wishes. Read more...

I have white (almost my skin tone) finger like bumps under the head of my penis near the opening. Is this warts or skin tags?

Maybe papules? Check out pictures of "pearly penile papules" and see if this isn't you. If this is what you have, it's your choice. For many couples, they're a definite "plus". Or if your lifetime partner would prefer, they can be lasered away. Read more...