Several years ago I found that I had several white lumps on the skin of my scrotum. Since then they have spread so that they appear all over the skin of my scrotum and are also on the shaft of my penis. They are small, 1mm, although there are a few that are closer to 3mm. They are white and almost like bubbles, maybe liquid in the larger ones. There texture is soft and fleshy so they are only visually apparent. They have spread gradually over the years. I say that to specify that in no way are they outbreaks. There is no pain, swelling, or irritation of any kind. And I am a virgin so an STD is unlikely. None of the conditions listed seem to match my symptoms. Most the time I'm left thinking that it is a basic bacterial infection. Occasionally I consider Penis Cancer to be a possibility, but the location the lumps began and the nature of their growth (staying on the skin) seems to point to a different answer. Any help would help.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?