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Is It Normal To Have Large Vein Running Through Areola
Dorsal vein: You are probably seeing the superficail dorsal vein of your penis, which is normal. If concerned, see a dr. And get an evaluation. ...Read more
My left breast has some veins that swell and hurt sometimes, especially closer to the areola/nipple. is this normal? Should I get it checked out?
Parents: you are under 18, you need to tell your parents or guardian and have them take you to a doctor. Please tell someone and get taken to be seen. ...Read more
Since having my son,I have a long blue vein in my thigh that sticks out a tiny bit. It's not varicosed, looks normal. Is this going to become varicose?
Probably not: Pregnancy is a common cause of varicose veins due to increased blood volume. Heredity plays a part when weak valves are inherited. If you have completed pregnancy, labor and delivery without varicosity, it seems unlikely that the vein you are noticing will develop it now. The time when it should have happened is over. Be sure to get regular exercise and maintain a normal weight. remember your flu vaccine ...Read more
I've a prominent blue vein running the entire length of my penis. It is 3mm thick and can be felt through my skin, esp. When erect. Is this a problem?
Normal male anatomy: This is absolutely normal. There is no reason to worry. ...Read more
I have big labia minora is very big (can be seen in the standing pose).
It often get hurt from normal activites (running,etc.)
Is it abnormal?
Is it normal to have light bleeding from the rectum after small bowel resection? It seems to be round the feces but not in it. There's no pain.
Maybe: Slight bleeding could be from hemorrhoids or other anal condition. Cirrhosis can cause abnormally enlarged veins to occur in the gastrointestinal tract that could bleed. Best not to wonder & best is to contact your own surgeon who performed the surgery to get proper information for your own specific situation & conditions. ...Read more
I injured my penis. Now from base to halfway up shaft the veins are very large. There's not much pain. Blood clot maybe? Is it dangerous?
It seems there's a solid and large vein (identifiable by touch only) that protrudes from my left testicle, but not my right. Is this normal?
Possibly: It's hard to know only by your description. It's possible that it just a normal anatomic variant. But is also possible that it is a so-called varicocele, an abnormally enlarge scrotal vein. Please seek help with your primary care physician. Best of luck. ...Read more
I'm going through menopause now. Is it necessary that I meet a physician or is it normal? My flow is heavy sometimes.
I noticed today a very prominant vein running above my right nipple. Is it normal for veins to appear out of no where like that? Could this be tied in anyway to the severe pain in the lower abdomen and pelvic area? I am also currently ovulating according
Abd/pelvic pain: I would strongly urge you to go see your OBGYN specialists as soon as possible, about your Abdominal and pelvic pain. This seems to be a more pressing issue than just Venous prominence in the areola area of the breast. There is a very remote circumstance in which the liver is involved, which would produce prominent veins on abdomen, but you did not give any history supporting this etiology. ...Read more
The left testis stretch down after I was fetching weight and it so big that vein structure could be feel what is it ?
Likely a varicocele: Varicoceles almost invariably occur in left scrotum & a varicosity of spermatic (testicular) veins. Can cause left testicle 2B smaller than right, if so, could be a cause of infertility, in some cases, in the future. Thus worth consulting a urologist. Was almost certainly present before U stretched. Classically, feels like a "bag of worms" when UR standing upright & disappears when UR lying down. ...Read more
have a crater in breast size of a dollar. It balloons with blood where thick puss used to be. When drained it deflates. What's is this?
Inflamed cyst: Sounds like an inflamed intradermal cyst which can be cleaned out with local anesthesia. See your DR. ...Read more
There is a blood-filled "bubble"on my back which bleeds profusely when punctured, and has yet to shrink in size. It appeared quickly, is it harmful?
Usually no: Need more history, and details: trauma, how big, previous sore or discoloration, etc. If it truly just appeared, it sounds like a "blood blister" or something similar, which is usually benign and temporary. However, some serious skin problems are associated with bleeding, so if it continues to be a problem, you should have it checked out. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is there a dr. That would be able to redo/reverse my pyloric stenosis scar? Mine goes in towards my rib area and i would like it to be less noticeable
Time for consultatn: Find a local cosmetic surgeon and ask if this would be realistic.Most scars can be revised but the potential outcome will depend on a lot of individual factors in your own body. A tendency to form exaggerated or thick scars can make such a plan hard to pull off. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to have blueish kind of squiggly veins on a testicle (not scrotum)? Can't really feel them, just faintly see them through the skin.
See remark: There are bunch of veins on side of each testicle (this is normal ) In some 15% of men they extra veins,specially on the left. This condition is called VARICOCELE . If they don't bother you do nothing.They are really not on testis but surround it.If you have any concern see your doctor or a urologist ...Read more
I'm a 23 year-old female with a painful hard vein in my armpit. Why could this be and what can I do about it? Could this have to do with breastfeeding even though the painful vein is a good distance from the breasts?
In : In a patient who is actively breast feading a palpable lump or cord can be indicative of a clogged duct. This condition is treatable by your physician or lactation consultant. However, if there is an identifiable "vein", your assessment may be correct. Regardless, you should report this to your primary doctor or your ob/gyn physician. Depending on their assessment, an ultrasound can be very helpful to futher evaluate whether it is a vascular issue or breast duct issue. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is it normal for perineal area in males to be very prominent? It seems there is a bag hanging posterior to the scrotum.
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