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Pearly Penile Papules - What are pearly penile papules and how they can be treated

Aug 28th 2012 at 3:37 AM

Pearly penile papules are a skin condition, which means that it affects only the skin and is in no case a disease. PPP is not a sexually transmitted disease - stop worrying about having a sexually transmitted disease is not the case with pearly penile papules.

It is known that PPP is not a sexually transmitted disease or a contagious disease of any kind. That's the good news. However, no evidence exists regarding the factors causing pearly penile papules to develop Read More

If you've visited your doctor, you may have been taken by surprise when the doctor told him not to know or understand the exact cause of this skin condition.

Interestingly, as with many other skin diseases, the Pearly Penile Papules may fade over time. So as you get older, small bumps decreases significantly and may disappear completely. Eventually you have cases where there may be fewer of these nasty little bumps on your penis where sometimes the number will increase significantly. Therefore, it is important to learn how to cope with these fluctuations.

This condition can not be treated with medication. A common treatment to stop these small papules is to undergo a laser treatment. Laser treatment is expensive and painful treatment, possibly, they may have serious side effects. You may be interested in researching natural treatments as a method of eliminating these embarrassing and potentially painful blows.

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