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can u tell me what these are.can someone tell me what these are. small skin colored bumps on the bottom and middle of my penis that dont ich or hurt and are in clusters.


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replied November 21st, 2008
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Current medical status: small skin colored bumps on the bottom, and middle of my penis. They dont ich or hurt, and are in clusters.
Current medical treatment: none


It seems that the symptoms you described such as colored bumps on penis, no itching, no pain, clusters may indicate genital warts. The genital warts might still be in the process of developing, thus making them hard to recognize. Genital warts are a sexually transmitted disease caused by infection with certain subtypes of Human papiloma virus. The person is infected for life, but most researchers agree that certain specific conditions might be needed for the genital warts to appear such as a recent infection or slightly decreased function of the immune system. There are several treatments for genital warts such as cryosurgery, electrocautery, or laser treatment.


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