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Recurring Red Spot On Face
I have a small red spot (1-2mm) near the head of my penis that is painless. Redness seems to vary time to time. Is this a possible symptom of STD?
No way to know: Without being able to visualize this and obtain further history any comment would be nothing but a guess. You need to show this to a doctor and be diagnosed and treated appropriately. ...Read more
See doctor: I don't know what it is so would hae to see it. is it acne, pyoderma, erysipalus, pyoderma, urticaria. Gosh you have to see it to have an opinion. is it new or congenital? infections on the face can be dangerous and should be seen rapidly so they can be cured befor you need to be put in a hospital. ...Read more
I have a little red spot on my face. It does not hurt or itch and you can't feel it. What could it be?
See a dermatologist: It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
9+m old baby boy.tiny red spot in face.its therebfor almost a month now and does not go away.just in one spot only.what could be the reasons?
Spots : it is hard to diagnose spots withit seeing them. It could be broken blood vessels under the skin it could be anything else. Seeing your doctor might help ...Read more
Not sure and there: Are so many possibilities. Only ur dr can give u an accurate assessment. Take care! http://www.Healthline.Com/health/rashes. ...Read more
Cause of having a fever with red spot in the whole body rxcept the face and it is painful to touch?
Many things: Many things can cause the symptoms you describe including viral infections-enteroviruses, measles, german measles etc., bacterial infections with toxin production due to staphylococcus and streptococcus, rocky mountain spotted fever and other rickettsial infections, syphillis as well as drug reactions. You need to be checked out by a doctor. ...Read more
I've had a red spot on my face for about a week now. I've tried putting lotion on it consistently for the past 3-4 days. Not helping
Found a little red spot on side of tongue this am. Only one. Very small like a larger pin head. .. Just today. Should i worry? Maybe bit myself?
May be bite mark: There are a number of things that can cause something like this, most of which are not serious. It could well be a bite mark. It should heal quickly, in a few days. If the area does not heal in 2 weeks, or gets bigger and more painful, it is time to see a dentist and have it checked. ...Read more
Hi I just found a red spot on my tonsil. I did have a cold with a realy bad head but got over that a few days agao
Sore throat?: Is it sore? If not, no cause for alarm. If it becomes painful or swollen, see a doctor. ...Read more
I have a problem regarding my penis, I have this red spot under my penis head and I do experience pain by the root of my penis?
A variety of possibi: There may be a variety of possibilities - infection is one, rash of some sort is another, the two may go together but the pain at the root may be different urologisc problem ...Read more
My 11month baby suffering from fever last 4 days.Doctors prescribed 'adol'syrup.now i m noticing red spot all over her body including face.nonitchy. ?
There is a small red spot on my head (around the middle right) and it gives off what looks like small red dandruff flakes. My mom said it wasn't psori?
Need to examine:
If there is only one spot, your mother is likely to be correct. You may watch and wait. If, God forbid, you develop more lesions, it would be prudent to see a doctor.
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Practice safe sex, if you have sex.
Get HPV vaccine, if you are under 27 years of age. ...Read more
I have a swollen red spot on my penis right under the head. It has gotten bigger in the last two days. ?
I woke in the morning and i saw 3-4 red spot on the head of the penis ? It is not painful nor it is itchy....Pls help
See your doctor: See your doctor for an exam to get a diagnosis. ...Read more
I have a bright red spot on the right side of my penis head. It does not hurt , it gets brighter after sex. What is it?
I have a small bright red spot under my tongue that I just noticed and is painful to touch. A little smaller then eraser head. Any ideas?
See dentist. : Hard to say . See your dentist. ...Read more
I have a red spot , kind of shiny, the size of the tip of marker mabye, and it stays there for a month or 2 , on head of penis under foreskin?
Difficult to know: At your age a recurring but resolving lesion on the glans may be nothing to worry about. However, this is something that has to be looked at to know. It could require nothing or a topical medication but could require further testing and even a biopsy. No reason to risk a problem. Get it checked out by your pcp, a urologist or a dermatologist. ...Read more
I have a big red spot on top of head of penis it doesn't hurt or itch and it ain't sensitive but when it get really dry skin starts to flake off?
I got different shaped red spot on my penis head and u can barely tell the skin is raised but they do NOT hurt or itch or nothing just looks ugly thnx?
A few possibilities: It could be an insect bite or just an irritation from his clothing rubbing against his penis. Another possibility is that some smegma (skin cells and oil) built up under the edge of the foreskin (if he is circumcised) and caused some irritation. Keep it clean. Apply a triple-antibiotic ointment. See your doctor if it isn't better in a few days. ...Read more
I have a little tiny red spot on my penis head it doesn't hurt and it doesn't burn but is noticeable?
It May Be Normal: It is hard to be sure without an exam, but it may be normal. It may be an area of increased vascular/blood vessels. If it is not sore, you have no other symptoms, and it stays the same (does not change, get bigger, ulcerate, etc.), you may be able to just watch it. It may disappear on it's own. If you start getting other symptoms or it changes in size, color, shape, etc., get it checked. ...Read more
Red spot on back of head, already treated it with lotriderm and Nizoral (ketoconazole) with no result. What do I do?
I have a big, red "spot" on my face which is not disappearing. I have tried spot creams, skin healing creams & taking anti-histamine tabs.?
Hard to say :
Could be a multitude of rashes
needs evaluation if not resolving. ...Read more
Red spot on head of penis under foreskin that won't go away, following mild uncomfort when touched but no pain or itching .Anything to put on it?
Get evaluated.: Skin lesions of the penis and foreskin should be evaluated to just make sure it is not an infection or cancer. A physician will perform a medical and sexual history and a physical exam, and based on its appearance and the diagnosis, prescribe a cream or ointment, or recommend a biopsy if indicated. ...Read more
Red spot, Appears to be like a blood spot or flesh spot just on the inside of my penis head, just when I open up my meatus it can be seen. Painless?
Here are some...: Just watch, wait, and see how this red spot may progress & evolve. Clinically, it most likely represents a tiny benign vessel-related tumor called hemangioma; if free of discomfort and not change much in size, leave it alone. Otherwise, seek evaluation and counseling. To get the things for good care done correctly, go to http://www.formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read more
Painless red bump on head of penis. Has been there since April. started as a red spot that u couldn't feel by touch but now is large and noticeable ?
Inflammed bump: The red bump could signify a small cyst and in of and itself is not problematic. However, if it gets bigger or more painful then have it evaluated by a Dermatologist who may need to treat it. ...Read more