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Hi there,

I noticed that my SO has small flesh-colored bumps around the base of the glans and in the dip between the glans and the shaft. There is no burning, itching, oozing, or other irritation related at all to the genital area--internal nor external--and the bumps become more prominent when he has an erection. They are smooth-looking, but rough to the touch, but that may simply be due to their being so close together.

I'm thinking that it's most likely PPP, but I'd like other opinions. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Here is a photo for reference: http://postimg.org/image/9vooyfbmv/

 

Thank you!

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I couldn't get the picture open, but judging by your description I'm inclined to agree with the PPP diagnosis. As you probably know, PPP are harmless so if that is the case, there's no reason for alarm or concern. How is you SO's penis health otherwise? It's good to take steps to maintain proper penis health; one good way is to include a quality penis nutrient formula (health professionals recommend Man1 Man Oil) as part of his daily penis health regimen. The key is to use a formula that not only includes a range of vitamins but also includes a serious antioxidant, like alpha lipoic acid.

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His penis has no other irregularities than this. I'll try another link from a different site: http://imageshack.com/a/img23/7843/kjad.jpg No discoloration or irritation, just these bumps.
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I also just realized that maybe the issue with the link is the inability to copy and paste, and I found a way around that: if you highlight the link, a "Quote This" tooltip pops up. Click on it, and it opens a small window with the quoted link below. Though the cursor displays as a red slashed circle, you can still highlight and copy the link, then paste and view.
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