Pearly manhood papules have been the cause of much worry and consternation for many men. The good news is that they don’t indicate any sort of medical problem. Even men who practice the best member care might have them. Pearly male organ papules look like tiny manhood bumps near the glans, sometimes appearing in rows, somewhat like a necklace – thus the ‘pearly’ part of the name.
For some men, these male organ papules are very slight and hardly noticed by either the man or his partner. But for others, the papules are much more prominent, and can be enough to make a man worry about how he looks down there. It is important to remember that up to half of all men have these manhood papules, and so it’s certainly not uncommon! It’s also important to remember that it doesn’t mean a man has a disease, bad hygiene, or any other problem. It is simply a natural occurrence.
But even so, a man might want to get rid of the papules, as he feels they distract from what should look like a more ‘normal’ member. That’s when a guy will look for home remedies.
Home remedies for male organ papules – do they work?
Men have looked into all sorts of home remedies to remove manhood papules, to little success. In fact, home remedies can do more harm than good. Here’s what a man needs to know about the most common ideas floating around out there.
• Toothpaste. Some men swear that applying toothpaste to the area every night will help remove the papules – however, there is no evidence this works. Toothpaste isn’t meant to go on the delicate member skin, so it could lead to irritation and redness, which will only make the papule situation seem much worse.
• Tea tree oil. Though this oil has several topical uses, helping remove papules on the member is not one of them. In fact, a man might experience stinging and burning when he applies this to the member, and he might even suffer some mild injury, which could lead to a decline in manhood sensitivity.
• Wart remover. These creams are very strong and designed to remove warts on the feet and hands – not to do anything on the delicate member skin. Use of these creams can actually ‘burn’ the skin, leading to significant pain and scarring, and a man will still have the pearly male organ papules anyway.
• Cutting. It might be tempting to carefully cut away the papules with a sharp pair of surgical scissors; however, this does much more harm than good. In addition to the inevitable bleeding and scarring, a man risks serious injury and loss of member sensitivity. He might even experience some loss of member function, or painful tumescence after the deed is done. It’s not worth the risk.
There is no treatment for male organ papules, because they are not a health condition – they are merely a cosmetic issue. A man who is worried enough about the papules to attempt harmful home remedies should speak to his doctor. Though some manhood bumps are a problem, these are not – and it is important to recognize the difference. A physician can help a man explore his options for coming to terms with the look of the papules.
To help ensure the best male organ health possible, a man should turn to a high-quality member health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically proven mild and safe for skin). Using it on a daily basis can help a man feel more confident about his member. A man should look for a crème that contains vitamins A, C, D and E, as well as nutrients such as alpha-lipoic acid and L-arginine. All this wrapped in a Shea butter base can mean smooth, supple and attractive manhood skin.
Visit www.menshealthfirst.com for more information about treating common male organ health problems, including soreness, redness and loss of male organ sensation. John Dugan is a professional writer who specializes in men's health issues and is an ongoing contributing writer to numerous online web sites.