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Torn on penis, healed, fleshy growth on same place, white dots around that. Recommendation?

hi i have a small area where the penis head meets the shaft that has torn during sex ... it has since healed... how ever i now have in the healed area ... a spiky soft white fleshy growth... .. like a cluster of spikes .. no pain . no irritation.
i had thought it was a wart but it looks spikey... not like any other wart i have seen.

i have always had tiny 1mm or less white dots around the head/neck (where the two join) on my penis but nothing like this
Asked On : Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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You just ignore the presence of tag like flap. It is just the remnant of the torn and healed frenum of penis (the link between penis to foreskin)
Once the healing of the wound is complete and as long as there is no pain, just ignore the presence of the skin flap. It will not harm you or your partner. It would be highly unlikely to be a wart and confirm the same by a physician after a careful examination.
Dr S.Murugan
Answered: Sat, 12 Oct 2013
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