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White patches on penis head and uncomfortable while urinating. What is causing this?

Hi, I have white spots on the haed of the penis and it worries me a lot,no pain,but little uncomfortable while urination .its just going away and coming back.Also i have papules around the ring of the penis head.and one day it couple of them started becoming soft and i tried to remove the papulas.What is the cause of the white spots on the head of penis?
Asked On : Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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Hello and thanks for the query
The causes for the white spots and papulas on the penis can be due to infection. The infection may be bacterial, fungal or viral. In addition to this you need to be investigated for STDs. STD is a major cause for the recurring spots on the genital.
Clinical examination of the part will help to get to a diagnosis along with certain investigations. feel free to consult your doctor and start your treatment as soon as possible.
Best Wishes and have a good time
Answered: Fri, 28 Dec 2012
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