Found a suspicious spot on your todger and starting to freak out? Don't stress! Just like the rest of your body, it is perfectly normal to occasionally get spots on your penis.
HAVE you ever noticed white spots on your penis? It's an embarrassing issue that you might not want to get help for, but there are times you definitely should. If they cause pain, appear alongside discharge or have any other unusual symptoms, you should speak to a doctor as soon as you can.
Spots and marks on the skin or glans of the penis could be many different things, many of them easily treated or not especially serious. But without having them examined by a doctor, it's impossible to know what the problem is and how it should be treated. Not all spots in this part of your body are caused by sexually transmitted infections, but some can be.
In some cases, red spots may result from poor hygiene or a minor irritation. These spots typically disappear in a day or two. Red spots that develop as a result of something more serious, such as a sexually transmitted infection STItypically last longer and are accompanied by other symptoms.
Dark spots on your penis are no reason to fret. They're usually harmless unless they change in the way they look over time. Sudden penile dark spots are usually caused by penile melanosis, excess pigmentation following inflammation, pigmented warts caused by sexual contact, and new pigmented moles.
Spots, lumps and bumps on the penis can cause embarrassment and, for a minority of men, health and sexual function issues. We ask two specialists how blemishes on the penis are treated, what is common and what is not, and why it is important to visit a GP or sexual clinic if in doubt. The news that men are extremely attached to their penises, literally and emotionally, will come as no surprise to either gender.
Articles in the December issue discuss various health issues affecting school-aged children, including acne, eczema and growth disorders. Volume 42, No. Even after a thorough examination it can be difficult to distinguish a normal penile anatomical variant from pathology needing treatment.
Posted 3 years ago11 users are following. This has been going on for about a month and a half now. I first noticed it after masurbating, thinking I was too vigorous and tore the skin under the head of my penis a little.