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Theres a large bump om my penis thats painful and 2 flesh colored bumps on my shaft should I worry or are they ingrown hairs?

Theres a large bump om my penis thats painful and 2 flesh colored bumps on my shaft should I worry or are they ingrown hairs?

See a doctor: I recommend seeing a doctor so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more

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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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What would cause little flesh colored bumps on my daughters face?

What would cause little flesh colored bumps on my daughters face?

Don't know: It's hard to imagine any rash without a picture. The best way is to bring your daughter to her pediatrician. However, one flesh colored umbilicated bumps come to my mind is: molluscum contagiosum. ...Read more

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I have a two small squishy flesh-colored bumps on my Anys and I'm not sure what it is. Should I be worried?

I have a two small squishy flesh-colored bumps on my Anys and I'm not sure what it is. Should I be worried?

Maybe skin tags: They could be sKin tags from prior fissures. Do you tend to get constipated? If so, use a stool softener and reduce starchy foods. If you have any bleeding, get yourself checked. ...Read more

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There are a couple bumps in the flesh of my body? I only know they are there when I push They don't hurt but I can feel them. Should I be concerned?

Lumps/bumps: Many subcutaneous cysts and growths are benign but deserve a full exam by your physician. Firm tender and nonmobile masses may need further investigation. Good luck. ...Read more

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I have a flesh colored bump to the left and right of my uvula. What could it be? Same color as soft pallet.

I have a flesh colored bump to the left and right of my uvula. What could it be? Same color as soft pallet.

? papilloma: You need an ENT doctor to make an appropriate diagnosis. But the presence of a bump on either side of your uvula could be a papilloma. This is a benign growth caused by a virus, so called papilloma virus and results in a wart. If they are not inflamed, or cause pain and do not grow in size, no treatment is necessary. But get a more specific diagnosis. ...Read more

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Small Red/flesh colored bumps on parts of face (mostly cheeks). They developed within 8 hours during the day?

Small Red/flesh colored bumps on parts of face (mostly cheeks). They developed within 8 hours during the day?

Implied question: For localized rashes we like to consider things that are specific to that location. Like a lotion,perfume,cosmetic,wash applied to that site.Skin may react quickly or take up to 18 hours or so.To chec out possible offenders you can apply a small amount to the pad of a bandaid and place it on a clear area on your skin, leave it over night.If a rash by next day your skin can't handel it. ...Read more

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What could small flesh colored bumps, no more than a millimeter in diameter, that are centered around a healed cut be?

What could small flesh colored bumps, no more than a millimeter in diameter, that are centered around a healed cut be?

Inflammation: This could represent an inflammatory process related to how the cut was treated, an excessive healing process on the part of your body, or less likely an infection of hair follicles. ...Read more

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I have a bump on my head the size of a dime and its flesh colored. Could this be a cist and do I need to get it checked out?

I have a bump on my head the size of a dime and its flesh colored.  Could this be a cist and do I need to get it checked out?

Bump on Head: "bumps" on the scalp can be a variety of disorders. The most common are sebaceous cysts. The other growths could be fibromas, moles, keratoses, and other lesions. Do have it checked out by your general physician or, preferably, by a dermatologist. Depending how long it has been on your scalp it may have to be removed and tested. ...Read more