So...A few days Ago I notced about 5 very small mole like growths on the shaft of my penis. I have been having un-protected sex with my partner of 2 years, for about a year and a half. Like I said they are very small but they will not pull off. Seems they are attached! I have scheduled an appointment with a dermatologist to have them looked at, but the app is a month away. I was wondering if they could be genital warts, or just some type of skin growth. My partner is scheduled for an appointment with her gyno a couple days from now to see if HPV is present.
In total there are about 5-8 small mole like bumps. I am a healthy person, I work out 4-5 times a week. My immune system is fine, I feel fine, and if it were warts...why would I have an outbreak? Could this be caused by any testosterone boosters, or estrogen blockers? I have never taken pure steroids, just the gimmic stuff. Along with protein powder w/L-Glutamine.
What are the most common possibilities of these growths? They are as small as 2 grains of salt together. However, I do worry.
They could be warts, or it's possible they could be normal penile variants you just hadn't noticed before. Either way, you're best advised to just leave them alone so the skin doctor can tell what they are when you go. I'm sure the testosterone and estrogen products aren't related, though.
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