| | Tiny bumps on tip of penis (not on rim)
Only when erect, I can see tiny dots, skin-colored, around the opening of the penis.
When it is not erect, they are invisible and impossible to find. But when erect, they look like blisters.
They seem to be in clusters but are scattered.
There is no pain or irritation.
What are these?
I seem to remember having them for a long time but I'm not sure.
I found a similar post about this issue but it doesn't seem to be really solved. I'm 38. I "think" I've had these bumps for a long time.
One thing he says is his post is that the bumps do not look cauliflower and I agree at a glance. But when magnified (I did take a picture of it) they cluster and form cauliflower shapes but are not scaley. And some bumps are scattered by themselves.
Like his post, I can't find anything on the internet about this.
Also, as he said, while the bumps are concentrated on the tip, they also exist throughout the glans but are very faint.
Here's another unanswered post, even closed by the moderator. I can't understand why there's no answer to this:
Last edited by Mod-S4; 10-21-2012 at 11:40 PM.