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Itchy Bumps On Penis Head
There ha being some itchy watery bumps on my penis head. It only itches no pain. Its the second time since there appearance. What could this signify?
Very itchy bumps on penis, scrotum, pubic area. Body also very itchy mostly at night. No pain, blisters or discharge from penis. Possible causes?
I have raised skin almost microscopical bumps non itchy on my penis head is that normal, the color is the same has the skin? Please tell me
I have small itchy bumps on the head of my penis it itches and burns I have no discharge or pain
Possible std: Further testing and exam is needed.Get a more detailed answer ›
21y Male Itching balls, then flat red rash on penis head, now few itchy bumps on balls (1cm each) itchy Rash on inner thighs Itch mostly @ night?
May be fungus/yeast: It is very difficult to diagnose any kind of rash in genital area without looking at it. My guess is that it is a fungus or yeast infection. Try any antifungal like Monistat-derm. Follow the directions of using it properly and if not better in a week, see a Dermatologist if you can or see a family doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Red spots/scabs penis head no discharge, pain or blisters, very itchy bumps on scrotum, whole body is itchy, even more at night. 3 weeks like this.
Itchy bumps on head of penis, some white others no color, im diabetic, I've only been with my gf of 8 months, shes a virgen, no burning pain/discharge?
Here are....: Does your foreskin cover your head of penis? If yes, make sure to pull back foreskin for cleansing with no overuse of soap or physical stimulation and drying daily especially after sex. And see if improving. If necessary, anti-fungal/steroid cream may be used lightly daily for 3-5 days. If not helping, see doc timely for detail. Note: it's hard to give accurate DX without seeing the penis. ...Read more
Inflamed bumps on the skin of my penis and skin around my testies. No pain, no fluid coming out. Just itchy bumps around there. Get bigger when I itch?
Molluscum: Many diagnoses can produce bumps (called "papules") and all of these are possibilities. You Ned to see a dermatologist, and also a possible visit to a urologist. Without being able to see the lesions, you have omitted the principal advantage a dermatologist has over non dermatologists. I would suggest a visit to a dermatologist a sap. ...Read more