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Sebaceous Cysts On Scrotum Ayurveda
A cyst is a structure or mass that consists of a cellular lined sac. It is typically filled with fluid but may be filled with solid material. It can be congenital, traumatic, or acquired. They may develop nearly anywhere in the body and usually require complete excision for eradication or they are likely to recur. Fluid filled sacs that are not cellular lined ...Read more
No: Do not attempt self treatment. Go see a surgeon. ...Read more
Surgery: The only way to get rid of sebaceous cysts (anywhere) is surgical removal. You can have them opened and drained, but unless you remove the wall of the cyst, they will refill with sebum. ...Read more
Urologist: Disorders of the genitalia are usually addressed by urologists. ...Read more
Hello, I have sebaceous sebaceous cysts on my scrotum. How can I treat them. Although I used some caustic soda to remove some of them successfully.
Seabecous: Cysts. Please see your doc. He/she can help you remove them. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Have it excised: If a sebaceous cyst, it will follow a vicious cycle of filling with sebum, becoming infected, draining, then starting over. If infected now, may require incision and drainage by doctor. Once healed, have sac removed to prevent recurrence. If simple abscess, should not recur once drained. ...Read more
I have small bumps on my scrotum which are generally whitish in color. On rare ocassions they discharge white fluid. Suspect sebaceous cyst?
Sebaceous cysts: Yes. Of course. These can be treated by liquid nitrogen but also generally clear on their own. ...Read more
I had a sebaceous cyst on my scrotum, it popped, white fluid came out now there's a small red bump. Any idea of what it is? Can I use a&d ointment.
Sebaceous Cysts / epidermal cyst on the scrotum skin these sebaceous cysts or over a period of 3 years, 3 of which are about 2-5mm. What procedure is?
Need to see pic: These are probably B9 Sebaceous cysts that are of no danger...however, they can be so numerous they become cosmetically bothersome....trying to surgically remove them or reduce them in number with an obliterative procedure can be like playing 'Whack-A-Mole'......I would need to see them....a pic will do....to be absolutely sure.... ...Read more
I believe I have sebaceous cysts on my scrotum. They are painless, hard white bumps, some about 3 or 4mm in diameter. Over the counter treatment?
Here are some...: Please do nothing with them as long as not bothering you mentally and physically since no OTC topical cream can rap them away. See doctor timely without "self-inflicting" for sebaceous cysts. Yours are not big and it is not uncommon to see sebaceous cysts grow to 5-30 mm. Best wishes... ...Read more
I have 12+ small sebaceous cysts on my scrotum. My GP said that they are too small to remove. I'm wondering if there is any alternative treatment?
No: This is genetic. They're not dangerous but not every guy would want them. A trip to a dermatologist or plastic surgeon could perhaps get you fixed up. ...Read more
No sure fire cure: Some feel oral retinoids may help decrease this activity but they are not generally used for this purpose. Probably the same is true or even less likely for topical retinoids which ar unlikely to penetrate to the deep dermis where they occur. ...Read more
Depends: Sebaceous cyst is an old term still used by drs who know little about them. Are they acne cysts? Tricholemmomas? The most common are intradermal inclusion cysts. Can occur almost anywhere, most often scalp, back, buttocks. May be multiple. Strong genetic factor. Not you fault. Easily removed by dermatolopgist or surgeon. ...Read more
Deep trapped skin...: They are caused by skin surface cells trapped beneath the skin's surface, usually due to minor trauma. These cells continually shed, increasing the size of the cyst (more accurately an epithelial inclusion cyst.) removal is generally a minor surgical procedure, but requires total removal of the cyst wall to prevent recurrence of the cyst. ...Read more
Mobile mass attached: Sebaceous cysts originate within the skin and are therefore attached over the mass. There is a layer of fat underneath the cyst that makes them movable. If the cyst ruptures under the skin, scar tissue forms and can initiate an inflammatory response. This will reduce their mobility and make them more difficult to remove. ...Read more
Time to see the doc!: Hot compresses can sometimes bring an infected sebaceous cyst to a "head" where it can drain. But if you've tried that and it is getting worse, then you need to go see your doctor who may need to drain it surgically or treat you with medication. If first aid doesn't quickly do the trick, then bite the bullet and see your doc; you can save yourself a lot of grief. ...Read more
See gyne MD: The first thing is to establish a definitive diagnosis. It is more common to have a cyst along the inner lips near the vaginal entrance. It is less common to have one of the outer lips and so it would be best to see a doctor to make a diagnosis which may require aspiration, culture, and/or biopsy. ...Read more
Leave them alone: Show them to your physician on your next routine visit. All men have sebaceous glands there; inclusion ("sebaceous") cysts are common enough. They are easy to remove surgically if they get big and are annoying. Do not try to do your own surgery here as if you rupture the capsule, it will be a mess and make cure much harder. ...Read more
See physician: You need an expert diagnosis one with a physican exam and history for an accurate diagnoses ...Read more
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