Most people, upon first discovering Fordyce Spots, get a little bit agitated for a variety of reasons. They may be worried about their sexual wellbeing, their overall health, the appearance of the spots, or any other reason (we tend to find things to worry about, even if they don’t necessarily exist). These worries and concerns about Fordyce Spots often fade away with time, but for many people they remain ever present. Continue reading
This is something that people ask me all the time, and I’m pretty sure more people would ask if they had the courage. One of the primary reasons for men to want to treat Fordyce Spots is because they are worried about a potential female partner being “turned off” by them. This can cause men to struggle with confidence and to be quite scared of sexual contact, because they are worried about the embarrassment that might ensue. I spoke about this in my other post The Dangers Of Fordyce Spots. Continue reading
Before writing this post, I did some nominal research surrounding this question, and was shocked (but perhaps not as shocked as I should have been) to find that there was a great deal of misinformation about the issue. Fordyce Spots are often misunderstood, since they are often associated with other problems that can occur in the genital region. These problems can be quite serious, they could be sexually transmitted diseases, and many will require some professional medical attention. Continue reading
Fordyce Spots can seem harmless to many people who don’t live with them, and have to deal with them, on a daily basis. As with many things which affect the human body, Fordyce spots are just as dangerous in a psychological sense as they are problematic in any other way.
One of the most highly recommended (but rarely used) treatments for Fordyce Spots is to freeze them off using liquid nitrogen. You may recognize this is as a treatment that is often used for other skin conditions, but it’s not necessarily the best course of action when dealing with Fordyce Spots.