Is It Normal To Have A Mole On Your Penis?


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Connor Sephton answered
Just like we get moles on other parts of our body, such as the chest, wrists and back, moles can be found on the penis. Just like receiving these skin blemishes is normal in general, there shouldn’t necessarily be a cause for alarm if a mole appears in this region. However, just like you would with other moles around the body, it’s important to keep a close eye on it to prevent it from becoming malignant.

You should remain aware about the colour of the mole, its texture and the size. In some cases, you may be able to determine the diameter of the blemish overall. If any of these things change over time, this could be a sign of a medical problem. As a result, you should make every effort to see a doctor as soon as possible. Here, they will be able to ask all of the necessary questions to determine if there is a problem.

If you are worried, don’t hesitate to receive medical advice, and don’t be embarrassed during your appointment. It’s important to address any potential problems you’re worried about as far ahead as possible. The last thing that you want is to develop a medical complaint that is harder to treat because you didn’t react when you first thought something was wrong.

There may be procedures available to remove the moles that are causing problems, and this type of issue is always treatable by dermatology experts. Through being aware of your body and the changes it will experience, you can experience a normal life without any foreseeable problems.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Yes I have three on penis. They are normal as such I check them regularly, also in Asia it is said those who have a mole on their penis are very horny people. So as you grow up you might want to keep an eye on that.
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Omer Butt answered
Yes dear! It is very normal. Many people might have these. But it depends on the nature of mole, If you have mole that is light(or slightly dark coloured) & it isn't popping outwards then it is normal, But if condition is vice-versa & that mole is growing up, becoming hard, itching etc then go & get it checked as this can irritate or start aching during intercourse too.
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Sharon answered
Normal may not be the word to use. It is probably best to say it is uncommon.  One thing to remember is you should watch all you moles.
If these moles become raised, change color, began to get a rough surface or discomfort you should see your Doctor immediately.  Moles can pop up anywhere. Even on the inside of your ear.  Please watch these moles.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I have a mole on my penis, I'm 14 and I think if my friends ever found out about it I would get tortured about it. I'm afraid that when I get older if I get a girlfriend they might not want to have sex with me because of it :(  Can it be Removed? Please Reply!
Jim Derry Profile
Jim Derry answered

Moles can occur anywhere on the body. Unless there is a
reason that it displeases you, there's no reason to be concerned about it. Do
keep an eye on your total penis health; lots of guys neglect this. Using a quality
penis health crème with amino acids and vitamins can help with common issues
like dry/flaky skin, odor, etc.

Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Its perfectly normal in fact I have one on mine so nothing to worry your not the only one ;)
but just be careful if it is showing signs of cancer
Anton Chigurh Profile
Anton Chigurh answered
You better get yourself off to the doctor immediately. Melanomas pop up suddenly like this (I have never heard of one on a penis before but it would happen) and if you don't get it looked at immediately then you're history. It's got nothing to do with sexual activity.

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