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Removing A Mole From Scrotum Procedure
Dermatologist: See the specialist -- the dermatologist. Do not wait - go soon. They see these things all the time, so don't be worried. Good to be concerned. Best of luck.
A mole on my scrotum has grew in the past 1.5-2 years and is 6 by 3mm. It is now oval, flat with no itch/ pain. Its edge is not entirely smooth. Safe?
Mole on scrtom: I would see your urologist or a dermatologist to be sure it is not a wart, since they are contagious.
I have a mole on my scrotum that recently (within the last year) has flattend out to a mushroom shape from side view. It's flesh toned w/ dark patch?
Here are some...: What you described may represent the look of a mole or a stabilizing wart. Of course, without direct look at it, it is hard to give right Dx for right Rx. To get to the point and do right things for such, follow instructions described in http://www. Formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby, you surely gain much insight on how to deal with it...
I noticed that sometime recently I have had 2 mole like skin tags popup in the area between my leg and my scrotum! And yes they have gottin bigger!!
I have a small dark mole on my scrotum when squeezed it bleeds. I have had uvb treatment in past for psariasis and am worried it may be cancerous?
I would get biopsy: Although it may be a benign mole or wart, I would see your primary physician or dermatologist who will likely recommend a shave or punch biopsy to get a definitive diagnosis.
I have thes small pigmented lesion on my scrotum. It look like a skin tag and a mole when moved it moves right n left. Uro said notwarts. Am I to worry?
Leave them alone...: What you described should be left alone and deserves just a watch & wait to see how these lesions may change in size & shape and evolve since most likely they are benign or STD-related. Clinically, they could indeed be skin tags, or moles or keratosis Yet, without a direct look at, it is still hard to tell what they may be. How to verify? To http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wish...
Get checked out: New findings in the private/genital area need further evaluation by a physician as a precaution as well as establishing a baseline if condition changes over time.
Not unusual: Need to be seen if any of them increase in size or are no longer flat. No need to be concerned unless iether or both of above occur.
Hi I have very wrinkly scrotum and its very saggy and very hairy and I have many moles on it can I make moee pleasant looking like creams, etc?
Sounds okay, man: This is something that's seldom discussed as a beauty spot -- and who's looking? You're welcome to shave or have the hairs removed by laser or electrolysis if that's the preference of you and your life partner. If you have pigmented lesions that worry you, let your physician have a look. Mostly, you need a romantic partner or two to reassure you that things are fine -- I bet they will.See 1 more doctor answer
Just recently I had three moles removed. Results came in as displastic nevi. Now noticed purple bumps in my scrotum filled with blood. What are they?
Angiokeratomas: Angiokeratomas are paiinless, small non dangerous bumps occuring on the scrotom. Other conditions may cause similar looking bumps. A dermatologist should be consulted to diagnose and treat if needed.
I get an occasional pimple (white head) on my scrotum. What could this be from and what should I do abut them?
Scrotal Cysts: The primary symptom of a scrotal cyst is the cyst itself. A cyst is a closed sac filled with gas, fluid, or semi-solid substance and can be located anywhere on the body. This particular type of cyst is located on the scrotum, which is the skin and tissue surrounding the testicles. If it grows large enough, the cyst may be seen with the naked eye as a lump protruding from the skin.
Needs to be examined: This sounds like a congenital problem. Needs to be examined to determine if a previous circumsion has created scar tissus that needs removal. The urologist will be able to make a very quick determination if this is a surgical problem.See 1 more doctor answer
Is it normal to have skin discoloration and cysts growing on your scrotum when you have multiple epidiymal head cysts?
Not related: Cysts on the scrotum are usually sebaceous meaning trapped sebum which is benign. If they get big, red or painful, you should get them lanced or excised.
Took a tick out of scrotum, accidentally left head inside. Wound closed but left a tiny hard red numb. What do I do?
Minor: If it is bothering you a dermatologist or a general surgeon or a urologist can take it out. They will numb the skin and it will have a couple of stitches which will dissolve. The numbing will burn just for a few seconds. After that it is painless. It is nothing serious. Good luck.
I have a big white head on my scrotum and I am really concerned about it. I'm not sure if it's more then a white head.
See MD: Have it looked at by a medical provider;.See 2 more doctor answers
There is a small round floater around the size of the head of a pin needle in scrotum. It is not attached to anything just moves around. Is it cancer?
Unlikely: Testicular cancer is usually felt as a large testicle that is hard and not painful. Something that floats in the scrotum is most likely veins (varicocele) however please consult with your general doctor for a good exam.
My son has a pin head sized raised red dot on his scrotum. He is 3 months old. It is not a tick. What is it? I think it has always been there. It was a little flatter before. Still very small though, like a red poppy seed. It seems to be a blood blis
I have a bug bite looking bump on my scrotum and it hurts and there's no head. Any ideas what it maybe and what caused doubt it's an std?
I had a tick on the scrotum. Unsure if I got the whole head out. There is now a small lump under the skin, but not attached to the testicles?
Don't know....: Could be the tick's head buried into your epidermis or not. Best you see your doctor for and examination and probable removal. This is why it is always best to coax a tick into releasing its bite, instead of decapitating it by pulling it off.
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