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Pelvic Blister Symptoms
I have a black spot on my pelvic region. It is not painful and it does not itch. I've had it for a few days now. It is soft and feels like a blister.
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I have had itchy bumps on my pelvic area that seem to have spread. They almost look like little blisters and then they scab up and itch. What is this?
My boyfriend has little blisters on his pelvic area that are sore the skin is red but the blisters are white. Its not contagious i never got it?
Itchy on my buttocks and pelvic and stomach with blisters that look like they are filled with pus. Breaking out on my face what is this?
Go to see derm/MD: You need to see your pmd. Need t get clinical examinationl- it could be different things from chicken pox/ varicella; disemminated herpes infection, to other skin infection. Do you have high fever, symptoms of upper respiratory infection, you have other medical problems- those are important questions. ...Read more
I often get large painful bumps on my pelvis area. They resemble blood blisters and they always go away without treatment. Why do I get them?
Blistering bumps covering my face, elbows, forearms, scalp, and pelvic region.. Along with the back of the neck. Plaque psoriasis? Press help.
I have had a recent bump outbreak in pubic area and I'm not sure what it is. Is it herpes, I've shown many symptoms of herpes with fevers&blisters.
Get seen ASAP: If you want to know what disease or diseases you might have, especially if you are concerned about sexually transmitted diseases, you need testing in real life. Many sexually transmitted diseases "travel together." Avoid intercourse until you have had a pelvic exam and STD testing, including herpes and HIV. Get seen right away so you can be evaluated and treated. Best wishes to you. ...Read more
Ovarian torsion: Ovarian torsion refers to the twisting of the ovary on its ligamentous supports, often resulting in impedance of ovarian blood supply. Common symptoms are nausea and vomiting, stabbing pain, sudden and sharp pain in the lower abdomen, pain radiating to the back, flank or groin; peritoneal signs, and fever. Definitive diagnosis is based on surgical findings. ...Read more
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