I've had a bump in the area above my penis for something like a year now. I've not really paid much attention to it, as there was no pain or itching. But I've just noticed two more bumps on the left and right side of my penis. They both cause no pain or itching either. I'm very curious what it could be. They do seem like pimples/warts .. but it seems odd that they would be. I am mildy active sexually, but its been with the same partner for over a year now. Any ideas or suggestions?
Are they white? If they are they are most likely the oilg lands. It is normal for guys to have them. I went to my doc and showed him and he said 1 out of 6 guys have them. But I think it would be better to go to the doc. He will give you peace of mind.
i think i am experiencing the same thing..i have had two bumps that have been on my penis for a long time. at first i didnt pay much attention to them, figured they were pimples or something, but they are still there, skin colored, and havent gotten any bigger. I've tried to squeeze them and it hurts, so i didnt do it anymore. Recently i've noticed a few smaller ones starting to come up, so i'm really interested as to what this could be. I am not a virgin and have had a few unprotected experiences. From what i've read, i doubt its warts, but i still want to know.
I have the same thing I've popped and pooped them and now they are like getting flatter and starting to heal it looks like it anyways and i have a rash starting at the right side of my penis where it runs into my leg it sucks i think i'm starting to get rid of somethign adn then this i tried to go to family planning but i chickened out a couple of times then iw as gunna do it and i couldn't find it lol. Is family planning completely free? even if you get a prescription?
Last edited by johnpauljr; 02-15-2005 at 11:59 PM.
One thing to consider is molluscum contagiosum. Do a ****** search on it, and you can compare what you have. Basically acne-like bumps with no pain or itchiness. They aren't dangerous but they are contagious.
Although I think this board is a great place to get and share info, youre not going to know for sure until you see a doctor about these issues, and all of these things sound like something you should get checked out by an actual doctor.
If they are actually warts, its best to get them checked sooner than later. They are very easily spread to partners and can also be spread on yourself from one area of the genitals to another by your own (or someone elses) contact with them.