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I'm having what my doctor referred to as a "pump bump" removed. What should I expect for recovery?
Lump and bump?: This is probably a lump and bump removal. A term used by doctors to refer to a minor lump removal. This is done under local and you can expect mainly some incisional pain when the local wares off. There may also be some minor site pain as well. ...Read more
What are the troubles connected to pump bump, neuroma & stress features in relation to wearing heels?
THE SIMPLE ANSWER: Is all those conditions are exacerbated with wearing heels. ...Read more
Type one diabetic female on omnipod pump, this red inflamed bump the size of a sand dollar has shownup where my site was. I change every three days.
Abcess: What you are describing could be an abscess especially if you have a fever, chills and the skin over the area starts to look like orange skin(swollen with little depressions like an orange peel). Go see your doctor to confirm this diagnosis and to be lanced and started on antibiotics. Do not delay. ...Read more
My boyfriend had ad a hair bump on his private, where the hair is and he pulled it out, now he has a lot of small pumps there and its painful. ?
Tested for Herpes Type 1 and result positive.Have small painless bumps in the mouth and pain full pumps in the genitals when pressed.What is the cause?
HSV 1&2: Most likely HSV1 Genitally , can be transmitted via oral sex. HSV LESIONS TEND TO BE PAINFUL. See your doctor with next flare and get labs checked. Acute flares of HSV RESPOND TO FAMVIR&VALTREX. Most importantly to realize virus may be spread even without visible lesions. You need to have a frank discussion with past & present sex partners. Especially if they test-for HSV1&2. ...Read more
I noticed that I have these tiny white bumps around the head of my penis, my penis body looks a little swollen and there is a pumped vein what can it b?
Pearly papules?: Several percent of men have a row of bumps on the corona around the glans; they are picturesquely named "pearly penile papules". They're quite normal and perhaps a "plus", if you don't like them, there's laser removal. I'll bet this is what they are. Every guy has veins and looks swollen sometimes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer