What should I do when I have white Bumps on Glans?

I have a lot of white bumps around my glans.
I'm worried that people won't like me because of these bumps. Is there any way to get rid of these bumps?

ET

Ethan Richardman

16 Feb, 2022


1 Answer


PE

Peter Kim

United States

There are four types of "white bumps" around the glans. 

  1. Fordyce
    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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

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