If anyone could help me I would love it.
I found a few white lumps on my penis. I can't afford a doctors.
I've tryed going to Planned parent hood and they never got back to me. (been 3 weeks)
and I have tried to call again.
I have read alot of things on here but non of them sound like what I have. My last girlfriend got STD tested
and she was clean.
Tried to pop it and it just bleeds Please Please help. I'm very scared and I don't know what to do.
i had something like those on my scrotum (only 1 though) as I played with it and tried to figure out what it was I popped it and a hard white pus ball came out. Kinda like popping a zit. Never came back.
Are these spreading? Getting bigger or changing in size?
Ain't they normal. I've read alot of topic on here with people havin the same thing and someone posted up what it was called once but I can't remember. Anyways I have some to and would like to remove them if possible mine are more on the skin of the scrotum area and abit on the bottom of the penis. Is there any cream out that can get rid of them.
I they are around the glande or the head of the penis this is normal and they are called corona radiata, very commun in not circuncised fellows.
I think you are ok, but where in your penis you have those growth?, they maybe also warts, but i dont know how sexually active you are at this time. but venereal wart are harmless but they have to be remove.
Vulcan, maybe you need to be a litle more specific and where you get your info. Corona Radiata, has to do with the brain. - The info below was from the encyclopedia. there even another one saying something about an animal reproductive system.
For the structure in embryology, see Corona radiata (embryology)
In neuroanatomy, the corona radiata is a white matter sheet that continues caudally as the internal capsule and rostrally as the centrum semiovale. This sheet of axons contains both descending and ascending axons that carry nearly all of the neural traffic from and to the cerebral cortex. The corona radiata is associated with the corticospinal tract, the corticopontine tract, and the corticobulbar tract.