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Strange things on my penis

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I’ve actually developed a rash as well shortly after taking a rest of PE (2 days off)

I was attributing it to the heat and not changing clothes after working out (I ride 10 miles and I lift weights on my off days)
But also cinnamon pills because I didnt have these before but I’m going to the clinic on monday hopefully it’s just a rash it’s already clearing up but not fast enough for me because I’m losing PE days.


May 27, 2008 - Start - 7.1 B4 PE 5/08 - 4.3 B4 GE 5/08

September 26, 2008 - Current 8.1 x 5.3 NBP

Long term goal:9 x 6 (NON BONE PRESSED ERECT LENGTH)

Molluscum? I had gotten molluscum YEARS ago, and not sexually transmitted either! (virgin) Just my luck.

Fortunately its curable, go to a dermatologist as soon as possible, and make sure to catch whatever it is before it possibly spreads.


Started 4/20/08 BPEL 7.0 EG 5.5

Current 9/08 7 3/8 BPEL X 5.75 MSEG

Aiming for a more realistic goal - 8 NBPEL 6.5 MSEG

Hei guys,

Sorry for the late reply..

Few months passed and I still got the exact same thing on my penis.. I went to an urologist and he said there’s nothing to worry about.. And I shouldn’t get so worried about so little things.. (Strange thing to say don’t you think?)

Well maybe I should go to a dermatologist as well:?


Started september 2004: BPEL 6,1" and EG 5,1" September 2006: BPEL 7,5" and EG 5,5" My longterm goal: BPEL 8,5" and EG 6"

I have it too. It’s called sebaceous prominence. It’s not a disease or anything like that. There’s nothing you can really do about it.

What is it? Some kind of sudden skin growth.. And you are sure it cannot be treated in any way?


Started september 2004: BPEL 6,1" and EG 5,1" September 2006: BPEL 7,5" and EG 5,5" My longterm goal: BPEL 8,5" and EG 6"

Hei I just did a little research and apparently if it’s this it is possible to cure it.. They offer some medicaments to put on your penis.


Started september 2004: BPEL 6,1" and EG 5,1" September 2006: BPEL 7,5" and EG 5,5" My longterm goal: BPEL 8,5" and EG 6"

Apparently they are also known as “Fordyce’s Spot”

“The spots are a form of ectopic sebaceous gland, and are not known to be associated with any disease or illness and are of cosmetic concern only. They are non-infectious and a natural occurrence on the body. Men sometimes consult with a dermatologist because they are worried they may have a sexually transmitted disease (especially genital warts) or some form of cancer, but this is not the case. They may equally be worried about the appearance of their penis and what their sexual partner might think of it.”

“While there seems to be a genetic link, the cause for this condition is idiopathic. The condition isn’t contagious and it isn’t caused by any viruses. At birth the papules are present but they don’t become prevalent until a child reaches puberty.”

“From childhood to adults, Fordyce’s Condition increases. Men are more likely to develop the condition with almost 90 percent of adult men having the condition. The condition can appear either as a single lesion or in a symmetrical group of up to fifty. The spots are typically two to five mm in diameter. The growth of the lesions will not affect surrounding tissue. The name of the lesion is derived from John Addison Fordyce who is the first person to write about it in 1896. When they appear on the genitals they may cause embarrassment, but they cannot be sexually transmitted and they are harmless. The lesions have no function in the mouth and do not have any associated pathological changes.”

“Vaporising laser treatments such as CO2 laser or electro desiccation have been used with some success in diminishing the appearance of this condition if they are of cosmetic concern. However, most doctors consider this a normal physiological phenomenon and advise against treatment. Sometimes a doctor will prescribe TCA chemical peels, although as soon as treatment is stopped Fordyce’s Condition will return. The condition can also be removed with laser vaporization. Diathermy or liquid nitrogen freezing can also sometimes be used to remove the condition.”

.. So, yeah, they can be removed, but it can be very painful, and they could just grow back. They may look strange, but it’s really not something to worry too much about.

Originally Posted by unknown_user
Hei I just did a little research and apparently if it’s this it is possible to cure it.. They offer some medicaments to put on your penis.

Nope. I’ve tried topical solutions, but none have worked. And if you try the lasers and chemical peels, as suggested above, you’ll probably just end up with a scarred member that looks worse than what you were trying to get rid of in the first place.

So you suggest I just live with it? I mean for now they are so small so they don’t bother me (much). But what if they start spreading? Isn’t there something I can do about it or I will just have to live with it..

How about you? What’s your opinion?


Started september 2004: BPEL 6,1" and EG 5,1" September 2006: BPEL 7,5" and EG 5,5" My longterm goal: BPEL 8,5" and EG 6"

Mine are a lot more widespread than yours. It doesn’t really bother me too much, because I know they are harmless. Do I wish I had a blemish free cock? Sure I do, but that’s not what I was dealt. The main issue to worry about is if the ladies think you have some kind of STD. You need to set them straight right away, have a list of references, as lame as that sounds, to prove you aren’t lying.

I have some fordyce’s spots, and at first when more of them appeared, I was afraid that something was wrong. It doesn’t hurt, or change my sensitivity, so I’m okay just living with it. However, when looking at those pictures you posted, it does not seem like fordyce’s spots at all.

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