Most doctors will suggest that men with PPP should just leave the lesions alone, as the removal process may lead to scarring. Most men who experience pearly penile papules have the lesions for an extended period of time. The papules may lessen over time, but it is more likely that they will stick around. If […]
PPP are not infectious, contagious, or dangerous. They also do not have any cancerous potential. If you are diagnosed with having PPP, you do not have to worry about infecting anyone. In fact, treatment is not even required for these papules, as they are considered to be so harmless.
It is not known what exactly causes PPP and why some men have it. Luckily, since the condition is neither harmful nor contagious, it is considered to be normal by many doctors. PPP is not caused by sexual activity or lack of hygiene. One thing to note is that men who are uncircumcised may be […]
PPP do not cause symptoms such as pain, redness, or itching. The only symptom is their appearance and the location in which the papules appear. The papules are often confused for other, sexually transmitted, conditions such as genital warts or molluscum contagiosum. Fortunately, pearly penile papules are not contagious and are not transmitted sexually.