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Scrotum Blister Symptoms
Scrotal skin lesions: Scrotal blisters can be from a variety of conditions. It is best to see a urologist or dermatologist to have them evaluated. ...Read more
BLISTERS ON SCROTUM: Without actually seeing these, they sound like angiokeratomas, harmless lesions that often appear in older men, but can appear at any age. Also known as fordyce's disease, they do not require treatment. They can be removed very easily by a dermatologist. This can be confused with fabry's disease, a somewhat serious disorder. Do see a dermatologist if they bother you. ...Read more
See derm: See your dermatologist for treatment and evaluation. You need to find out the cause of this eruption so you can get the correct treatment. ...Read more
Hi, I got a blister on bottom right of my scrotal sac and it's almost 2 inch big. Please help me to get rid of this.
Angiokeratomas: These are probably not blood blisters, but rather angiokeratomas (of fordyce). You can read more about them here: http://dermnetnz.Org/vascular/angiokeratoma.Html there is probably no good way to prevent them as they are genetic, but there are good treatments. He should see a dermatologist who will help guide him. ...Read more
I have what look like small blood blisters on my scrotum. They have been there for years. I am 44. No pain or discomfort. They never grow in size.
Angiokeratomas: Angiokeratomas of fordyce appear as deep blue small bumps on the scrotal skin. They bleed easily as they are dilated blood vessels. They are harmless and usually do not require treatment. They can be frozen, burned or lasered off if need be. If they are not like the picture here, it would be best to see a dermatologist for further evaluation. ...Read more
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Scrotum sac bleeding from small what looks like a blood blister i've noticed 2 or 3 spot but 1 bleeding after shower & also just started during day?
Need exam: The scrotal lesion could be an ulcer which needs to be looked at to make sure that it is not malignant. There are many other conditions that can cause a bleeding blister like lesion on the scrotum. You need to see either your pcp or a dermatologist for management. ...Read more