i just found out i have pearly penile papules earlier today after postin a question yesterday .
heres what i posted yesterday if you want to see. but im 100 percent sure its pearly penile papule
but my quest. is,
is pearly penile papules an std ?
because i read on a church type of website , just so you know im not churchly or anything so i really didnt read the church stuff i just read the medical sounding thing that looked credible, but the site said that it was, here is the website that i found from google
its the paragraph is the second to last if you want to read it
Hirsuties papillaris genitalis or more commonly referred to as 'pearly penile papules', is not a sexually transmitted disease and its appearance is unrelated to sexual activity or standards of personal hygiene. It is a clinical skin condition of the male genital organs and a harmless anatomical variation with no malignant potential. This link may be helpful: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hirsuties_papillaris_genitalis
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