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White grain on the side of penis, keep growing, no pain, not sexually active. Does it require treatment?

hi, doctor,my name is wilson , I have a problem from last few yeas in my penis some little bitty white grains on the side of my penis,seems like very small grains ,they never growing and not giving any pain ,but i want to avoid that things ,am male and single ,am not sexualy active,after one year my marriage is fixed,kindly give me an answer and if any medicine need please let me know.thank you sir.
Asked On : Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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Hi Mr Wilson,
Thanks for writing in HCM.
The diagnosis of lesions which you have described depend upon the location.
If on the skin of the penis then they are sebaceous cysts and may require surgical treatment.
If on the penis all around the glans penis beneath the foreskin then they can be smegma concretions or even cysts which will require cleaning or rarely surgical removal.
I hope this answers your querry.
With Regards
Answered: Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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