Men can have all sorts of lumps and bumps — some are simply harmless, fibrous-type tissue that’s built up or fleshy bits under the surface that the skin doesn’t sit smoothly over. Others are noncancerous, mole-type growths. But sometimes it can be a sign of disease such as genital warts (HPV). If in doubt, always ask him to check with his doc. This is one of those scenarios where it’s probably better to be safe than sorry.
Most of the bumps are natural in my experience, it is in layman terms just the accumulation of the skin at a single point therefore the bumps are being witnessed. In another cases if there is a unusual growth of skin then it is better to go show it to a doctor and get results on what it is
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