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Can gental warts be on the pubic area on males and just be in one huge mass and put off an oder?

Can gental warts be on the pubic area on males and just be in one huge mass and put off an oder?

Genital Warts: Sometimes these spots have many areas where infection with important forms of bacteria, and yeasts, which emit pungent odors,,,,so again, There are certain limitations imposed by this format which include the lack of a photograph of the skin lesions about which you requested information, My Best advice would be to call and make in appointment with the dermatologist. ...Read more

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Which specialist for a 2x6cm hard, swollen and painful mass over my right pubic bone? Duration 6 yrs with increase in size&pain

Which specialist for a 2x6cm hard, swollen and painful mass over my right pubic bone?  Duration 6 yrs with increase in size&pain

See your PCP: Just about any clinician would be appropriate for an initial visit. See your primary care provider. Depending on the findings, s/he may then refer you to a surgeon or orthopedist -- but maybe preceded by an Xray, ultrasound, or other imaging study. Good luck! ...Read more

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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.

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

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Bright red blood on tissue paper after passing stools. No pain or symptoms. Cant see swelling or mass at the anal area.No Fecal colour change.

Bright red blood on tissue paper after passing stools. No pain or symptoms. Cant see swelling or mass at the anal area.No Fecal colour change.

Hemorrhoids: The most likely cause of bright red bleeding, especially found on the toilet tissue, is hemorrhoids. These can be internal or external. Since you have looked and found no source or extra tissue externally it is likely to be internal hemorrhoids. Over the counter medications may help along with SITZ baths. If it worsens, becomes painful or does not clear seek a consult with your physician. ...Read more

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Experienced lower abdominal pubic area right side 3 months ago, episodic pain, no symptoms, not a sharp pain. Local doc says minor hernia.I'm not sure?

Experienced lower abdominal pubic area right side 3 months ago, episodic pain, no symptoms, not a sharp pain. Local doc says minor hernia.I'm not sure?

Sounds like: You probably have an inguinal (groin) hernia. The discomfort you describe can be due to a hernia. Hernias can slowly grow over time. Follow up with your doctor & follow their recommendations. Surgical repair of the hernia will likely become necessary at some point in time. ...Read more

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