Hello, doctor. I've had two pimples at the root of my penis for at least two months. The size hasn't changed much. It's not painful and itchy. It feels a little hard and doesn't bleed easily. I'd like to ask you to help me see if it's sexually transmitted diseases. Thank you
This is an infectious soft wart, an infectious skin disease caused by infectious soft wart virus infection. The lesions are characterized by waxy shiny papules or nodules, navel concave, and can extrude cheese like bodies. For viral contact infection, it is recommended that you take valaciclovir tablets orally and acyclovir cream externally. In addition, oral thymosin capsule can improve immunity
I suggest you go to the hospital for an HPV test to see if you have a high-risk sexual life recently. The impact may be the occurrence of this kind of condyloma acuminatum. After you go to the hospital for examination, see if you can be treated by cryosurgery according to the doctor's advice.
There is a pimple at the root of the penis. I suspect it is sexually transmitted disease condyloma acuminatum, but from the picture, this is not practical, because condyloma acuminatum is a wart on the surface of the skin, which looks like cauliflower papillary or chicken coronal, and your skin is relatively smooth. If it is not condyloma acuminatum, you can go to an HPV virus examination.