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It was only until a few months ago that I took into consideration the fact i might have genital warts. i have never had sex before, and these bumps h?




 



Its''s very common for men to have papules around the head of their penis. These are very commonly self mis-diagnosed as genital warts.

I reccomend visiting this link showing a picture of 'pearly penile papules'. Hopefully you'll discover that these are what you're noticing.
What are the tiny spots on the head of my penis?

Warts can be passed from the mother to the child at birth, but these are mostly commonly laryngeal (throat) warts.


9/11/2002


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me too! I have never had sex but i found small bumps all over my genitals, they dont hurt or itch and im wondering if they are sebaceous prominnece or fordyces spots


12/18/2005


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hey I did some research on this because i thought i might have gotten HPV through a girl performing oral sex on me. I have been very paranoid cuz i have these bumps on my scrotem but take a look at this site, it lifted a huge weight off my shoulders. i still suggest getting it cheked by a doctor though!!

http://www.afraidtoask.com/ubbthreads/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=foreskin&Number=135141&page=&view=&sb=&o=


5/7/2006


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this is not a question but its important!!! if your a guy and have a bump you need a biopsy!! its when they cut the bump and sent it to get results!! wemon can get a papsmear to know....and for wemon who dont have the virus they can now take 3 vacines to prevent exposure to the more severe forms of the virus but for men the onlything we have is biopsys cut it and test it!!!


8/29/2006


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I think the following should help people who want to know if they have HVP or GENITAL WARTS or not.

The ANSWER: THE ONLY SURE WAY TO TELL IS TO GET TESTED! (Do NOT be afraid of going to the doctor.)

Many people have posted questions about little white bumps, wanting to know if they are infected with HPV.

In many cases this is NOT HPV or HERPES or GENITAL WARTS.

There are two naturally ocurring skin conditions that affect between 50%-90% of the population.

1) FIND OUT WHAT YOU HAVE

CLICK ON THIS WEBSITE TO SEE WHICH OF THE TWO NON VIRAL, NATURAL SKIN CONDITIONS YOU HAVE:
http://www.studenthealth.co.uk/advice/advice.asp?adviceID=153

It is most likely one of the two conditions: PPP (PENILE PENILE PAPULES) or FS (FORDYCE''''S SPOTS).

They are both NATURAL, COMMON, NON-TRANSMITTABLE, AND ARE NOT GENITAL WARTS, NOT HPV and NOT HERPES.


2) LEARN ABOUT WHAT YOU HAVE


PENILE PENILE PAPULES

Some conditions (a ring of tiny white bumps near the head of the penis) are called PENILE PENILE PAPULES.

To see what this condition is visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hirsuties_papillaris_genitalis
(there is a picture there for you to compare with your condition)

To read up on PPP go to: http://pearlypenilepapules.net/ or http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hirsuties_papillaris_genitalis



FORDYCE''S SPOTS

Some conditions (small skin colored spots or raised bumps that appear on the shaft of the penis or labia) are called
FORDYCE''S SPOTS.

To see what this condition is visit: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fordyce%27s_spot
(there is a picture there for you to compare with your condition)

To read up on FS go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fordyce%27s_spot


3) GET HELP IF YOU NEED IT

Skin conditions are very common. There is nothing to be ashamed of. For other skin conditions, including STDs
talk to your family. They should be there to help you. If you can not talk to your family or seek help you
might want to try the following site:

http://www.sworn.org/stdhelp.html
http://www.chicagohelp.org/
http://stdhelp.org/

I hope this reply was helpful for the many dozens or hundreds of people that thought they had an STD when in reality
they only had a NATURAL SKIN CONDITION with nothing to worry about. INFO=KNOWLEDGE! Pass it on.


5/1/2009


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