There are four types of "white bumps" around the glans.
A white or yellow wart-like growth on the back or sides of the penis is caused by fatty granules under the skin of the penis.
It is a physiological phenomenon and occurs in about 50-60% of men.
- Pearl-like papules on the penis
A row or two of 1-2mm granular warts along the coronal groove of the glans (so-called callus neck). It is a physiological phenomenon and occurs in about 20-30% of men.
- Foreskin glands
These are warts that form on both sides of the penile peduncle (the so-called back muscle). As with (1), these warts are made up of fatty particles that appear to be raised.
- Condyloma acuminatum
This is a sexually transmitted disease caused by a cluster of viruses called HPV (human papillomavirus).
If you have 1 to 3, you don't need any treatment.
It may cost you a lot of money and cause side effects such as difficulty in sexual intercourse.
If you want to get rid of it, I recommend that you consult a urologist instead of a foreskin surgery or cosmetic clinic.
(4) is a sexually transmitted disease, and if left untreated, it can cause pain and infect others. See a urologist or a clinic specializing in sexually transmitted diseases immediately.
If you can't tell the difference between (1) and (4), please consult a urologist.
You may be worried that your partner will not like you because of the bump. You may worry that your partner will not like you because of the bump.
To a greater or lesser extent, men have bumps on their penis. If you are wondering if you have a bump, feel free to contact us. If you are concerned about this, please feel free to consult a urologist.