Im only 14 years old.
I have been worried much for months months now,
because of my penis glans. It got white tiny spots and it place at end of my glans.. it go around it im not sure what they are? it not itchy at all... also it dosnt hurt at all ...
Facts about me it might helps get these answer..
I dont smoke... i dont drink an Alcohol i dont smoke ethier.
but im Masturbation addicted though...
i hope u can get answer.... remember im onyl 14 :(
When you say ' end of glans ' I presume it is where the foreskin connects to head of the penis, in that case, the white spots (little raised?) may be penile papules and they are common and harmless. Google for ' penile papules ' and check for yourselves. In any case, since they are not itching, you may not have to worry.
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