About 2 years ago, I was diagnosed with HPV and had them promptley burned off at the doctors office. I've since returned to the doctor out of fear of the return, however my doctor assured me they were not warts, etc. I took his word for it. These bumps do not get bigger so i'm not worried about them being warts, however, they ARE somewhat sensitive and quite annoying. Is there anything I can do to reduce their size or sensitivity? Also, I have to spots on my penis from where the warts were removed that are reddish, they almost look like scar tissue. Is there anyway to reduce the appearance of these spots? They are also sometimes sensitive and again, annoying.
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It sounds as though the bumps that stayed behind after your warts were successfully treated are not themselves warts. As I told the last questioner, I think bumps like the ones you still have are best left alone. Treatment is both unnecessary and ineffective. The same is true for residual red spots. Confidence that you don't have warts now should make the problem less concerning.
I joined up to this website cos im really worried. I just turnt 16 and ive got these sort of bumps around the base of my penis and all over my scrotom. Im really worried because theyve been there acouple of years now and they dont go, the same spots stay and i think more and more are growing. Im not sure whats happening because i havent had sex and i dont abuse my penis in anyway, im afraid to confront my family about this and i dont have the bottle to show a doctor. does anyone know whats wrong with me??
hey i was reassured about what that guy said, but i went on another website and saw a picture of it and think i have sumthing else. this looks pretty much exactly the same as what i have, and im thinking if this is so normal how coem ive never heard about it before? also i have watched a fair amount of pornographic movies and i never seen a man with the same thing as me although every1 seems to reassure me that its common and normal... also i found out there is no way to get rid of this and i dont know how i am going to tell my girlfriend or girlfriends to come, i feel so sad and i dont know why
I believe i have something called Sebaceous Prominence but im not sure how it gets there...
few im relieved. im so sorry for sending so many comments but ive finally figured how to get rid of these bumps! if u have these bumps tyhe best thing to do is leave your penis alone. this includes no masterbating, clean undies everyday, and try not to scrub too hard when washing. also if u have a girl who wants to touch u etc, make sure she has clean fingers, mouth or whateva. i am so glad about this information, and i bloody hope it works, for all u people who are worried to hell like me i hope this eases yourself because i think u get it if u irritate your skin like this...
Hows that no irritation treatment going? Has it help at all, hope u still visit the forum. I had just recently found out what it is and am releaved that its not an STD or anything like that but i'm still depressed about the appearance and what future partners might say. Is there anyothers other treatments? (by the way i'm starting your treatment today Help_me!!) thanks.......
mate i ave da same thing, for about 2 years (i'm 17 now), and i used to materbate sh*t loads untill i read that if you stop materbating they would go. that was about 7 weeks ago and they are still there. i have tried my best to keep it clean, not to masterbate and not let my mrs anyware near it (its been bloody hard) but they won't go. i'm goin to ave to see a docter soon coz they are realy pissin me off.
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