Genital skin conditions are generally thought to be contagious, given the high incidence of genital wart transmission during sexual intercourse, in some rare situations even while wearing protection. So any small lesions or skin growths in the genital area will be perceived as a health threat by a sexual partner.
Due to their appearance and display in one or several rows around the glans or corona of the penis, Pearly Penile Papules are often perceived as a sexually transmitted infection or disease, but specialists at Renew Skin & Health Clinic assure you this is not the case. Only men can be affected by this genital skin condition which has no well-determined cause, being generally considered to represent an obstruction of the sebaceous glands in the area.
Causing severe psychological distress and low self-esteem in sufferers, in some cases Pearly Penile Papules or PPP can be considered an STI even by the men presenting these unaesthetic bumps. An accurate specialized consultation and diagnosis will however clear any doubts and a simple yet highly effective professional PPP removal treatment with radiosurgery can be performed for complete removal. Being non-surgical, minimally invasive, painless and requiring no downtime, the radiosurgery procedure for Pearly Penile Papules removal will restore your self-confidence and normal sexual activity in no time. Scarring is minimal and in most cases non-existent, so you will quick forget to have ever suffered from this unaesthetic genital skin condition.
In conclusion, from a medical point of view Pearly Penile Papules are not an STI, being simply harmless skin bumps that are quite common, affecting approx. 30% of the male population, regardless of race or geographical position.