Small Spots On The Skin Of The Penis Do Not Feel Itchy Or Painful?
I want to ask, on my genital skin there are small spots, no pain, itching, pain or heat, resembling a fordyce spot, before I had never had sex with another woman, only with my wife, urinating also did not hurt, this spot does not increase in size to become large, but also increases in similar spots around it, is it natural for this fordyce spot to increase a lot or there are other symptoms? Please enlighten me.
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Small spots on the penis can be caused by many possibilities, including:
Pearly penile papules, which are small skin-colored lumps that are usually found around the neck of the penis head Fordyce spots, namely enlarged oil glands under the skin which manifests in the appearance of small, skin-colored lumps in any part of the penis Genital warts , which is a lump caused by infection with Human papilloma virus (HPV) Molluscum contagiosum, which is a lump caused by Molluscum virus infection in the skin, usually the lump has a color similar to the skin with a small hollow at the top of the lump. Fordyce spots basically have been there since birth, but after puberty or hormonal changes, fordyce spots can be seen more clearly. When an erect penis, fordyce spots can also be seen more clearly, sometimes fordyce spots that were not seen can also be more prominent. As long as the lump isn't enlarged, isn't painful, doesn't bleed, doesn't cause any symptoms, there's really nothing you need to worry about. But if you really see a significant increase in the number of lumps in your penis, you can still see yourself to the doctor so you can do a direct examination.
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