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what is it when theres a bump on the bottom of the butt non painful n just clear?

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Dr. Vasu Brown
Integrative Medicine 34 years experience
Cyst: It could be a cyst - collection of fluid. If it keeps getting bigger need to see your doctor. Usual reason for cyst in this area is pilonidal cyst if it is in the back. If infected needs removal.
Dr. Vasu Brown
Integrative Medicine 34 years experience
Cyst: Collection of fluid because of blocked hair follicles or sweat gland - monitor size if this increases or becomes infected need treatment.

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I have a non painful red bump on my penal shaft. How long should I give it to clear before getting checked out

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Get checked out: You can not wait. It could be genital wart or a skin cyst or it also could be another sexually transmitted disease .

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