(PRWEB) March 02, 2012
Pearly Penile Papules, also known as PPP, are small bumps commonly appearing at the rim of a man's reproductive organ. They are about 1 to 2 millimeters in size. They appear in rows and are like strings of bubbles. PPP are mostly seen on uncircumcised men. PPP are present in about 35% of males (Source: dermacaremedical.com/pearly-penile-papules.php). A new blog post at http://penilepapulesremoval.com explains to people the myths and misunderstandings about PPP.
Penilepapulesremoval.com was launched on 2011 to educate men about PPP. They help pearly papules sufferers know the truth about the small bumps on their reproductive organs. Many men that have penile papules feel embarrassed. They are uncomfortable in sexual situations. The small bumps are commonly mistaken as a symptom of STD (sexually-transmitted disease).
Most men do not know that the small bumps on their sexual organs are pearly penile papules. They do not directly seek the opinion of a medical expert. This leads them to identify the small bumps as some sort of a disease. In reality, pearly penile papules are not signs or symptoms of a disease. These are just outgrowth of the skin. Penilepapulesremoval.com shows people the common misconceptions of PPP.
Penilepapulesremoval.com educates people that PPP are not genital warts. They are also wrongly identified as male yeast infection. From penilepapulesremoval.com, men having male yeast infection have the following symptoms: severe itching, thick and white urine, reddening of the male organ. Most people wrongly identify papules as warts. Some men also pick on the small bumps. This should not be done since picking the papules can cause infection.
Penilepapulesremoval.com also shows PPP sufferers the best natural treatments to remove pearly papules at home.
More misconceptions and treatments of pearly papules can be found at http://penilepapulesremoval.com.