I am writing regarding some alarming growths i noticed on my penis awhile back. They are on the back side of my penis and just underneath the head. They are white and easily seen when i stretch the skin. I went in to the doctor and she said they were nothing to worry about, and that i could treat them with liquid nitrogen(i guess it is) and freeze them off. These spots were frozen a couple of times, and nothing has changed. I keep applying neosporin to were it was frozen, but yet it still seems really pink after a month, and the bumps are still there? I just wonder about Genital warts, and also how long should it take to heal were it has been frozen a couple of times. Should i go into the doctor again since these bumps did not disappear? Please help me- this has made me so nervous, i think about it all the time. Thank you. JoeCA
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