Pearly penile papules (PPP) are tiny bumps that are found on the rim of the penis head. Pearly Penile Papules (PPP) is typically flesh-colored or a little lighter and have a smooth dome shape. Although pearly penile papules have no malignant potential and cannot be contracted or spread through sexual activity, they often are assumed wrongly to be transmitted sexually disease. Pearly Penile Papules (PPP) is quite common, especially among men in their twenties and thirties. Throughout your lifetime, it is possible that the bumps will appear and disappear on their own. Pearly Penile Papules (PPP) occurs more frequently in uncircumcised patients; however, the mechanisms underlying its development remain unknown. Interestingly, in uncircumcised males with Pearly Penile Papules (PPP) who undergo circumcision later in life, it’s not uncommon for Pearly Penile Papules (PPP) to spontaneously disappear.