The sebaceous gland is the gland present on the skin that secretes sebum (oil) to lubricate the skin and hair. They are present everywhere on the body, more in the scalp and face, except the palms and soles.
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Query: Hello doctor, The sebaceous granules are found on my glans. I am using some homeopathic medicines to remove it. Sometimes redness is found on the affected area. Is it safe to continue these medicines? Read Full »
Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have seen your attachments (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Yes, these are Fordyce spots or pearly penile papule and these are harmless and also non-transmissible. The mentioned medicines may be correct if someone has prescribed you by asking you s... Read Full »