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A Irregular Bumpy Mole In The Genital Area
The major organs of the reproductive system includes, the external genitalia (penis and vulva) as well as a number of internal organs including the gamete producing gonads (testicles and ovaries). Diseases of the human reproductive system are very common and widespread, particularly ...Read more
Hpv-genital warts my boyfriend has 1 brownish colored spot that is slightly raised on the skin near the bottom of his penis. He has had it for more than a year. I thought it was a mole, but he thinks he has hpv. Can this be genital warts if it is only 1 b
What kind of doctor should I see about moles in genital region, gynecologist first or dermatologist?
Primary Care: First always start at the primary care physician's office. These simple and common issues may not need a specialist intervention yet. ...Read more
Yes: Go see a primary care or gyn practitioner to make the diagnosis. ...Read more
Which medicine or cream or powder should i use to prevent itching in genital area? Thanks for help
Depends: Depends on the cause. An exam will indicate the best therapy. ...Read more
What to do if I am starting to get weird bumps all around my genital area could this be herpes or warts ?
Doubt herpes, see MD: Herpes lesions: red bump to blister to open sore to scab to healing over 1-2 weeks; bumps with no change after 1-2 days cannot be herpes. Genital warts can last weeks or months with no change in appearance. If rapidly appearing, maybe molluscum contagiosum, but MC rare beyond age 25. If red and inflamed in the pubic area, maybe folliculitis, especially if you shave the area. Stop guessing, see MD. ...Read more
I have a raised bump on my genital area im a virgin and the bump isnt oozing or anything just a bump what is this?
Many possibilities: A "bump" in the genital area can be caused by any number of things, including a cyst (fluid-filled pocket), or a swollen gland (lymph node). Without more detail and an examination, it would be very difficult to be more specific. Best to go see your gynecologist or family doctor to determine exactly what this bump might be. ...Read more