Can Pearly Penile Papules be transmitted to other individuals?
Pearly Penile Papules is a skin condition which manifests itself through the appearance of a multitude of small dome-shaped bumps around the glans penis, in one or several rows. Pearly Penile Papules, also known simply as PPP, are asymptomatic, do not produce any discomfort to those who are affected by them and are not sexually transmissible. They generally tend to appear in uncircumcised males, with ages between 20 and 30 years, but disappear after a certain period of time, even when left untreated. The manifestation of the penile skin condition is not connected to any hygiene issues. They are relatively easy to identify due to the small skin protrusions which appear around the glans penis, though they can sometimes be mistaken for certain Sexually Transmitted Diseases, such as genital warts or molluscum contagiosum. Despite certain physical similarities with some types of STDs, it is important to note that Pearly Penile Papules are not transmittable in any way, sexually or otherwise. It is advisable that before reaching any conclusions, you get a correct diagnosis from a specialist.
In order to obtain an accurate diagnosis regarding the Pearly Penile Papules, be sure to visit a medical professional that is able to give you a detailed dermatological and histological consultation and to recommend the treatment that is best suited to your medical condition. While this particular skin condition poses not real health threat or any physical discomfort, it is generally considered unappealing and may adversely affect the social and sexual life of those who present it. There are a multitude of methods of Pearly Penile Papules removal treatment which produce no risk for the patient; treatments such as: electrocautery, CO2 laser treatment, radiosurgery and excisional surgery. Besides the mainstream Pearly Penile Papules removal treatments, there are also various natural remedies which can facilitate the healing process. From the multitude of options available to you, Dr. Jha recommends radiosurgery due to the fact that it is less intrusive, painless, it only takes about 30 minutes to perform and requires no further medical surveillance or care.
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