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Tissue (Definition)

The body is composed of tissue that are classically described as beiing derived from three basic embyonic layers known as the endoderm, mesoderm and ectoderm that then differentiate into the structures that compose the body such as skin, soft tissues, bone, muscle, organs, etc. Stem cells are not differentiated and have the potential to ...Read more

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Treating Head Lice (Checklist)

Treat all household people with Nix permethrin, if approved by doctor
15 Min, Weekly for 2 Weeks
Each person who had lice should be checked for nits (eggs) each day
5 Min, Daily for 3 Weeks
Do a thorough cleaning of beds, sofas, and play areas. Do the laundry
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There is a small single flesh tone bump on the head of my penis. Right where the head begins. It doesn't itch or hurt.Anything to be concerned about?

There is a small single flesh tone bump on the head of my penis. Right where the head begins. It doesn't itch or hurt.Anything to be concerned about?

Here are some ...: Without a direct look at it, it's hard to offer a reliable Dx. So, bring the onset, degree, duration, & progress of the little bump over time to Doc or urologist for analysis + inspection + tests such as biopsy as needed only. Clinically, it may be just an inborn harmless lesion such as mole or HPV. Therefore, seek pro-evaluation timely. ...Read more

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Hi i've noticed some small pin size bumps on penis head very small with no itch discharge , nothing. They have been there for 3 weeks now .?

Hi i've noticed some small pin size bumps on penis head very small with no itch discharge , nothing. They have been there for 3 weeks now .?

Doctor can evaluate: For bumps on the penis, a primary care doctor, a urologist, or a dermatologist can evaluate to see what they might be. Bumps can be trapped skin cells, trapped oily secretions, normal features, warts from hpv, etc... A close examination should be able to tell if there is a problem or not. Sometimes, a visit to more than one doctor is needed. ...Read more

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Treating Head Lice (Checklist)

Use OTC treatments exactly as directed to be effective
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Remove nits as directed. It's tedious, but effective!
Once
Re-treat only as directed by your physician
Once
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I have painless small white bumps on penis head & on penis shaft. I never had sex so it's not STDs. How to get rid of these?

I have painless small white bumps on penis head & on penis shaft. I never had sex so it's not STDs. How to get rid of these?

Sebaceous glands: Most likely these are clogged glands. Scrub them when you are in the shower and keep the area clean and dry. ...Read more

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What could i have? I have a burning rash on scrotum for 5 weeks, testicle pain, small white bumps on penis head, sore throat, gas, burning eyes.

What could i have? I have a burning rash on scrotum for 5 weeks, testicle pain, small white bumps on penis head, sore throat, gas, burning eyes.

Go to the doctor: This is a group of symptoms that do not predict just one problem. I think you need to be seen in person by your family physician. ...Read more

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Treating Head Lice (Checklist)

Shampoo with lice shampoo (e.g. Nix)
Once
Wash all used clothes
Once
Wash all used bedding
Once
Use a comb to clear nits in hair
Once
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What could cause bumps on the "rim" of the head of my penis like a clear/white/fleshly colored. They do not hurt, have had them 2 years.

What could cause bumps on the "rim" of the head of my penis like a clear/white/fleshly colored.  They do not hurt, have had them 2 years.

Pearly penile papule: In all likelihood these are pearly penile papules and are not considered abnormal. There is no "treatment" for normal. ...Read more

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