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Bumps On Scrotum
Started with very small white colored bump on scrotum & after 2 years they are hard, white colored, hard paste inside with no pain just increasing size?
Sebaceous cyst...: You have sebaceous cyst, which may increase its size with variable pace, and occasionally may become infected leading to an abscess and rupture in time, getting better and recycling its clinical course as just described. Surgical complete excision is the way to get rid of it if recurrent infection happens; otherwise, leave it alone. Best wish... ...Read more
Most likely: Angiokeratomas are benign dark red or purple papules (bumps) on the scrotum. It may be worthwhile to have a dermatologist take a look to be certain. ...Read more
I have white bumps in scrotum.no painful.no burning.the smaller i can pop easily and get out pus.the larger are very hard to pop no burning when urine?
Sebaceous cysts...: What you nicely described most likely represent the common occurrence of hyperactive sebaceous glands and cysts, which at times may be infected like acne or abscess, and there is no cure but leave them alone or excise them at the time of no infection if becoming annoyed by recurrent infection. More? Go to articles listed in http://formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html. Best wish to health... ...Read more
Here are some ...: If hurting or unbearable, seek pro-evaluation now. If being around for a while, have Doc take a look and feel so to decide medical necessity. This thing of decision is relative; so, work with Doc closely for better care for your need. ...Read more
Itchy hair bumps on scrotum leading to anal married wife doesn't show any thing had for months what could this be and what can I take?
Tiny white bumps on scrotum and base of penis. Theirs a lot of them and are causimg me much stress. Is there any way to get rid of them?
OK, but depends...: What you have may be just the common occurrence of sebaceous cysts. If so, leave them alone if there is no infection or discomfort. However, if you're mentally bothered by their presence, surgical removal is possible, but make sure to get it done by knowledgeable and skillful surgeon; otherwise, recurrence may happen. See a urologist if in doubt. Best wish... ...Read more