Pearly Penile Papules (or PPP) affect up to 20% of men across the world, but despite the way they look, they actually don’t cause any harm and are not a sexually transmitted infection or disease. That said, the condition can still cause major problems for those suffering from it, and for their sexual partners.
So what are these problems and how could they affect you?
The major problems caused by Pearly Penile Papules are psychological, and can affect both you and your partner. Many people assume the small, white marks to be the symptom of a sexually transmitted disease or infection, which can affect a relationship in a number of ways. In turn, even if you partner doesn’t mistakenly believe them to be an STI, PPP is an unsightly condition, and can affect the sex life of your relationship even if you both know they are harmless simply by how they look. Additionally, PPP can cause self-esteem or self-consciousness issues in men, which without them realising, can also have a detrimental psychological affect on their partner. Whilst there no dangerous physical problems caused by the skin condition, apart from in some cases an unpleasant sensation that actually does no real harm, the psychological damage they can inflict becomes clear when considered in relation to the wider sexual health of a relationship.
So if you’re suffering from Pearly Penile Papules, and the psychological effects of the condition are proving too much for you and your partner to take, then why not consider having them removed? PPP treatment and removal is easier than you think, and can make a massive difference to your personal mental health and well-being, and your relationship. At the Pearly Penile Papules Centre in London you can ask about our range of treatments, including anaesthetic creams and CO2 laser removal. Don’t suffer with PPP any longer than you have to, visit the clinic today and find out what we could to treat or remove your Pearly Penile Papules and help you mend your relationship and get your sex life back.