Wart-like Bumps On Penis?
on the head of my penis there are small bumps like warts, but it doesn’t itch or feel pain. The question is whether I have papilloma, and is this disease dangerous in the future.
Hello, thanks for your question.
Skin papilloma is the name for a stalked lump that grows on the skin. Generally non-aggressive. Papillomas are also known as skin tags. Papillomas do not cause symptoms, unless they are inflamed or irritated. Papillomas can appear on the eyelids, neck, armpits, chest and groin area.
While warts that appear on the genitals are called condyloma acuminata. This disease is caused by infection with the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV). This virus can be transmitted through direct physical contact. There are several conditions that can increase the risk of infection, namely being sexually active, having multiple sexual partners and having had a sexually transmitted disease.
Condyloma acuminata has less serious symptoms such as itching and sometimes pain or burning. Although mild, the symptoms that appear can interfere with daily activities.
The HPV virus that causes condyloma acuminata is generally benign, but there are several types of this virus that can cause cancer such as cervical cancer in women. For that, immediately consult a doctor to find out the right diagnosis. Subsequent treatment is of course based on the established diagnosis. It's best to avoid having sex until you consult a doctor.
For additional information, you can read the following article at https://www.HealthReplies.com/kondiloma-akuminata-kutil-gender-an-disturbing-and-how-to-handle
That's the information I can convey, I hope it's useful.