I was going through the old posts and couldn't find exactly what I was looking for...
I am 23, circumsized, and have noticed some very small bumps mid-shaft. They become more evident is you stretch the skin (in a small portion of the skin mid shaft), but three of them really stand out even if the skin isn't stretched. I assume that they are hair follicles because if you catch a few of them in the right light, you can see what appears to be a very small fine hair coming out of a 2 of the 3 larger ones.
Most of the hair questions/comments on here are for dark and/or coarse hair. This hair you can barely see (unlike the rest of my pubic hair which is really dark and coarse), you have to catch it in the right light with a dark background. I am really self-consious about it, or at least the 3 larger noticible ones.
My question is, is there any way you can get these hair follicle bumps removed? Other posts mentioned shaving or that electrolysis, but shaving doesn't get rid of the bump itself (the hair is to fine and to short anyways) and I'm not sure about the electrolysis getting rid the bump, but rather just the hair.
Also, is there any way to get rid of ppp? I am not so worried about them, but more of the hair follicle bumps. Just figured I would ask.
Any help, comments, and/ or questions, would be greatly appreciated.
Penis Hair Q
Those hair follicle bumps (the bumps are caused by sebaceous glands) are normal, and there's no need to get rid of them. Visible sebaceous gland bumps, or various sizes and distribution, are part of normal penis anatomy.
But if you wanted to get rid of them, is it possible?
Only by surgery.
Thanks for the info.