Is Mr P’s Color And Shape Wrong?
Hello, thank you for the question.
In general, the penis can be the same color or darker than the skin around you. This occurs because of the interaction between the androgen hormone and the pigment melanin during puberty, which results in the color of the penis that is darker than your skin. In addition, the skin around the penis also appears wrinkled because this part is designed to be more flexible when the penis is erect, so that it looks more wrinkled than the surrounding skin. However, when an erection occurs, usually the skin of the penis will appear tense and the wrinkles will disappear, and will come back again when the penis is not erect.
Then for the white spots that you mentioned, it is necessary to know where these white spots are, because this can be caused by:
Penile papules, which are small white bumps on the head of the penis, are usually harmless and are not associated with a sexually transmitted disease, Fordyce Spot, or enlarged glands on the skin that look like whitish patches on the skin of the penis. Usually not dangerous, but still have to consult your doctor. Acne or clogged pores due to buildup of excess oil production Balanitis, or infection of the scalp of the penis, usually forms white patches around the head of the penis. This can cause symptoms such as redness, pain when urinating or urinating, pain in the penis or itching on the penis Molluscum Contagiosum, or whitish spots on the skin of the penis due to a viral infection that is transmitted due to skin contact with the skin. can cause reddish or white patches that feel itchy, sore, or make the skin of the penis very tight etc. I suggest that for now, keep your penis healthy by changing your underwear regularly, showering and cleaning the genital area properly and using the appropriate soap. with your skin, avoiding sexual intercourse with multiple partners or not using contraceptives, and if the patches are thickened, enlarged, and cause symptoms such as intense pain, you cannot urinate, or there is bleeding from the penis area , immediately consult a doctor. This could be an indication of a more severe condition, such as a tumor or malignancy in the penis area. In addition, if you still feel that this complaint is bothersome, see a skin and genital specialist.
The following articles can be read:
Not all lumps on the penis are considered dangerous
Hope my answer helps.
Dr. Otniel Budi Krisetya