Penis Papules


When small white dots appear on your face, dermatologists call the condition acne. When small dots appear on your penis, doctors call the condition genital warts. And while dots on your penis may indicate genital warts, the small, white beads can also signify something far less severe--hirsuties coronae glandis, known as penile papules.
 
The appearance of these white dots along a penile gland can bedevil most men. At first glance, men may believe they contracted an STD. However, papules do not present the same dangers and symptoms of genital warts. Still, when the papules appear larger than normal, men and their partners worry.
 
Causes
The cause for papules remains unknown; however, scientists speculate the beads remain as remnants of penile spines. In male felines, the microscopic penile spines hook on to the vaginal walls to provide intense pleasure. However, in human males, the papules do little for intensifying pleasure, in fact, some men and women find papules aesthetically displeasing.
 
Treating Papules
Two types of treatment options exist: medical removal of the papules and home remedies. Medical removal can cause a loss of sensation while home remedies may prove ineffective for some men. Meanwhile, males who choose medical removal too will pay out of pocket for a procedure that can cost thousands, while some home remedies can cause permanent disfigurement because of the corrosive nature of some products.
 
Removing Papules
While most home remedies can prove dangerous, castor oil, tree oil, lemon juice and Lodine may remove the white beads. However, before you commit and try any of these products, please understand they each will have different results on males. Each product should too be used with care to prevent pain or damage to the body.
 
Castor Oil
Manufactured from the seeds of castor plants, Castor Oil remains popular among soap, lubricant and brake-fluid manufactures. And the oil’s approval by the FDA has made Castor Oil a popular remedy inside of acne soaps and facial washes. Thanks to its properties, Castor Oil serves as an effective means for eliminating bacterial, viral and fungal infections.
 
Castor Oil Application
Clean your penis to remove any filth and ensure the penis remains dry afterward.
Apply the oil onto a Q-tip.
Rub the Q-tip on the affected areas.
Repeat steps two and three until you cover all the papules.
Do not scrub the affected area. Scrubbing can cause irritation.
Continue the application twice a day for a few weeks to see results. When you shower, apply soap and water to clean the penis.

Tea Tree Oil
Tea Tree Oil is extracted from the leaves of Melaleuca alternifolia, a plant native to Queensland and Australia. The oil serves as an effective remedy for eliminating acne and functioning as an anti-microbial product. Because of its medicinal success, Tea Tree Oil continues to serve as an ingredient inside of skin washes, cosmetics and head lice treatment products.
 
In vitro studies, Tea Tree Oil can eradicate MRSA, a bacteria known to cause several infections, and the American Cancer Society found the oil as a possible antiseptic that can allay the risk of infection, sepsis or putrefaction. 
 
Tea Tree Oil Application
 
Clean your penis to remove any filth and ensure the penis remains dry afterward.
Apply the oil onto a Q-tip.
Rub the Q-tip on the affected areas. If you notice any discomfort, stop the use immediately. Never consume by mouth because the oil is toxic.
Repeat steps two and three until you cover all the papules.
Do not scrub the affected area. Scrubbing can cause irritation.
Continue the application twice a day for a few weeks to see results. When you shower, apply soap and water to clean the penis.
 
Lemon Juice
Lemons, a native to Asia, remain a valued and sought after fruit for its culinary and non-culinary uses. And thanks to its citric acid, lemon juice can reduce the formation of kidney stones. Compared to Castor and Tea Tree Oil, Lemon Juice may not contain the same storied history for its medicinal uses, but still, the extract can treat skin conditions.
 
Lemon Juice Application
  1. Buy lemons. According to some reports, synthetic lemon juice will not work.
  2. Extract the juice into a container and dip a cotton ball into the juice.
  3. Rub the cotton ball across the papules twice a day.
  4. Refrigerate the juice and continue using it for at least four weeks.
Iodine
Discovered in 1811, Iodine remains widely used in nutrition and in industrial manufacturing, e.g, X-ray contrast materials. Because of its disinfectant and antiseptic properties, Iodine helps remove penile papules.
 
Iodine Application
  1. Place a bit of iodine on a cotton swab or ball.
  2. Apply a small amount of Iodine onto the papules.
  3. Allow the Iodine to dry.
  4. Do not put on clothes until the content dries because Iodine will stain clothing. 
  5. Apply the Iodine once a day for at least three weeks.
FAQs
Q: Can I Pick or Scratch Papules?
A: No, penis papules will fall off on their own. Scratching or picking may irritate the skin and cause bleeding.

Q: What If I Do Not Treat Papules?
A:  Because papules are not contagious, you will not experience any symptoms. However, your partner may be turned off by the white beads covering your penile gland.

Q: WIll Papules Burst During Sex?
A: No, they will not burst.  

Q: How Fast Can I See Results?
A: Results will vary, but most men will see some changes in the first few weeks.

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