Nobody knows your body better than you. You’re the first to notice anything unusual and if you feel it’s a cause for concern, you investigate further. You might then type the symptoms into an internet search engine and see what comes back. Depending upon what you find, you might then self-diagnose or alternatively gather enough information to decide that it’s time to book a consultation with your doctor.
Either way, you’ve now come to the conclusion that your condition is Pearly Penile Papules (PPP). Naturally, you’ll want to know how this is going to affect your life. You should understand the following:
On the negative side
On the positive side, your physical quality of life will not be affected in the slightest. PPP is a genuinely harmless skin condition so there’s no need to worry about it spreading or turning into anything nasty if it’s left untreated. Also, as you spend the majority of your life wearing clothes, it’s not exactly something that is going to draw attention to itself constantly.
On the negative side
On the negative side, the main problem caused by PPP is the impact it can have on your mental health. It’s not uncommon for men who are affected to suffer from anxiety at the thought of another seeing the condition, for example, whilst being intimate. This is completely understandable. No matter what the situation, we all want to look our best and if we feel there’s something not quite right, it can affect our emotional well-being.
Fortunately, medical treatment for the condition is quick, safe and causes minimal discomfort. The treatment itself will take place as an outpatient procedure involving the use of a hyfrecator (derived from “high-frequency eradicator) or alternatively by CO2 laser removal. Once complete, the source of your anxiety will be gone forever.
Getting help for your (Pearly Penile Papules) PPP condition?
If you feel that your PPP condition is not something you’re prepared to live with, there is something you can do about it right now. Arrange a consultation via our website, contact us by email for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org, or dial 020 3095 0001 where your call will be taken by our discreet, professional and experienced staff to arrange the next step.