Hey. I'm 15 years old and ever since I can remember I've had hundreds of tiny skin colored bumps travelling along the base of my penis until rougly a centimetre underneath my Glans (glands). I visited the doctor, and he immediately said that they were Pearly Penile Papules, because he's seen them so much. I've done a lot of research, and have mostly heard of men getting them around the head of the penis, so I'm wondering if they are Pearly Penile Papules, or something else. My scrotum is often extremely itchy, which the doctor believes is completely unrelated. (I'm a virgin by the way) The Papules are rather tiny, skin colored, and are organized into several rows, with about 15-20 in each row. Can someone give me a second opinion and some tips on how they can be removed without surgery? Thanks for your help
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