Curing Penal Papule in Men

These are also known as genital warts and they are a bunch of small skin lesions that appear on the privates of a man after they have been exposed to the HPV also known as the human papilloma virus. The virus will be transmitted through sexual contact with the person who has it.

There are ways to prevent it and ways to cure it if you are infected. These will depend on the preferences that you have among other things.


When it comes to these diseases, you need to know that preventing them is so much better than trying to cure them. So, ask yourself these questions because when you catch this one, you will meet the same questions at the centre you go to for treatment:

  • Number of sexual partners
  • Do you use protection
  • What is your age
  • Do you have any type of cancer
  • Do you have any skin damage on your genitals
  • Are you circumcised

These and many others are the questions that you will meet. You know, they say that circumcising babies is barbaric but when you don’t, it looks like a pig in a blanket.

Curing Penal Papule in Men Prevention

Knowing the symptoms                                             

Sometimes you my look down there and see something weird and your mind jumps to death. It is sometimes just a simple treatable condition that you can have taken care of in a matter of weeks. So, you will need to have knowledge of what symptoms to look out for and how to know which ones are death and which ones are just normal stuff you can deal with.

That way, you will be able to have peace of mind when you are dealing with warts. There will be symptoms like:

  1. Flesh colored lesions
  2. Red rash
  3. Lesions that wont burst
  4. Bumps on the penis base
  5. They are just rounded with no dimples

These are the things that you can look at and know you have warts.


At this point, you will have to go see your doctor who will then take you through a series of tests that will help him know what has happened, what he can do to prevent it and what is next for you.

If you are however reluctant to go, you should be on the lookout for the following symptoms that will tell you whether you are headed for worse place:

  • Size increase of the warts
  • Number increases of the bumps
  • Itchiness and bleeding
  • Smelly discharge

I don’t think I need to outline them all but you get the picture. So, best case scenario is to run to the doctor and get you fixed. That way, you can be sure that you will live.

 Curing Penal Papule in Men Hospital


There is a variety of ways that you can get rid of the damn things. There are pills and such to get you through the treatment. You may also need to get immune response modifiers that will enable the immune system to aid in the fight to get rid of them faster.

Cytotoxins and home remedies are another route that you can take if it is viable or as the doctor advices. That way, you can increase the timeframe that it will take you to get them all to go away.

You can also talk to the doctor about the surgical options that are available to you. There is the open surgery and the more cooler (literally and figuratively) cryosurgery. There are other options like electrosurgery and laser surgery which are available if your doctor says yes.

In Conclusion– There are many ways to get this done but be careful because some strains of this virus are not so easy to deal with. Especially not if you have cancer when you get them.

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  • Kari says:

    Female here! Though this is a good thing to know for a female like me, at least I have an idea on what things that I should be looking out for in regards to my partner’s skin especially down there. I am active when it comes to sex, and I was thinking that using rubber is enough. Now I know better.

  • Charles Johnston says:

    Never in my life have I encountered Penal Papule until I found out I have it. It is a troublesome journey, I have to say. I needed to pay hundreds of dollars on medications and then surgery. Be careful, you may be active in sex but pick your partner wisely.

  • Oscar Meyerson says:

    The problem was so ugly, I had to stop my sexual life for quite a while. But you should never try to treat the thing all by yourself or simply hope that it would go away. Consult a medic, for goodness sake!

  • Nancy Toothaker says:

    This article was so informative and useful for all. We all must know about this problem, its precautions and cure also.

  • Adrienne Cowan says:

    This is a great resource guide for guys as they can identify and treat a condition which is quite common in the privacy of their homes without having to deal with the embarrassment of going to see a doctor.

  • Lillie Harris says:

    You nailed it in raising awareness of this disease. It is something that men should not be afraid of as it can be cured. And of course, they should be well aware of what they are doing.

  • Sarah says:

    Great information on a common male issue. Guys can know deal with it in private.

  • Kevin G. says:

    These are also known as genital warts and they are a bunch of small skin lesions that appear on the privates of a man after they have been exposed to the HPV also known as the human papilloma virus. The virus will be transmitted through sexual contact with the person who has it.

  • Christopher says:

    Curing penal papule is a natural cure. it is very unique in the way it works. It is not complicated to use and it works so fast. That is you get all the results you need so fast.

  • Christopher Scheuerman says:

    It may be possible to have pearly penile papules removed by cryotherapy. Pearly penile papules cannot be prevented and do not require any specific treatment. As they present no health risk or symptoms, it is uncommon for a doctor to prescribe treatment options to reduce or remove the growths.

  • Elizabeth Miller says:

    Once a man has developed pearly penile papules, they typically remain for life. The growths can fade with age, but they do not tend to change shape, color, or spread further over time.

  • William Hall says:

    You may be tempted to try over-the-counter topical ointments or home remedies, such as scrubbing the papules with toothpaste or lemon juice. Before attempting any of these treatments, talk with your doctor.

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