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Soar shoulder when raised above head height.any suggestions. Has been few weeks like this...

Soar shoulder when raised above head height.any suggestions. Has been few weeks like this...

Shoulder: Decreased range of motion of shoulder usually is suggestive of structural injury or severe arthritis. Suggest seeing an orthopedic surgeon to evaluate shoulder with history and physical along with possible Xray and Mri. It is likely a course of physical therapy will be presribed ...Read more

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I have a tiny blemish w/o pain, like a cyst slightly raised w/o a head. I got it last month, it went down but now it's back. What do I do?

I have a tiny blemish w/o pain, like a cyst slightly raised w/o a head. I got it last month, it went down but now it's back. What do I do?

See doctor: You need to see your doctor about this since it is hard to tell what it is without examining it. ...Read more

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What could raised bumps on penile glans (head) be?

What could raised bumps on penile glans (head) be?

PPP: Likely are pearly penile papules, which are harmless. See: http://pppremoval.Hubpages.Com/hub/pearly-penile-papules-ppp-removal-treatments -- for more information and options on treatment, if desired. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have some raised spots on the head of the penis?

Is it normal to have some raised spots on the head of the penis?

Yes: Many men have a ring of small pin head size lumps all arround the glans penis. These are papillae, actually nerve endings, these are normal. It is not a disease. I have seen many men come to my office thinking these are warts. They donot need to be removed and should not be removed.Zk. ...Read more

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I have a red, raised scaley bump on my head and chest. Is thins ringworm?

I have a red, raised scaley bump on my head and chest. Is thins ringworm?

It could be but: this really can't be diagnosed without seeing it. We don't have the capability of looking at photos on this part of the site. I would recommend you either see your primary care doctor, a dermatologist, or consult with one of us on HealthTap Prime. ...Read more