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Vein Near Clitoris
Very early puberty. Notmal-skin colored lump on,labia majora parallel to clitoris & inner side of labia. 1" long by 1/4 " wide. Painfup to touch & sit?
Near vagina, between Urethral orifice & clitoris, more near to urethra it's bit red & feels tough & there's small skin colored bumps in a line? itchy
See remark: Sit in warm tub for 10 minutes a day for few days.Get from a local pharmacy an ointment similar to an ointment called MYCOLOG (it is cortisone-like drug with anti fungal medicine) apply this after getting out of the tub and one more time during the day. If things don't improve you may have to see a doctor Best regards ...Read more
Sore hardish ~2cm long movable lump deep in inner upper labia majora in line with clitoris with bruised feeling extending updiagonally. What is it?
Lump on inside of wrist near vein. Size of pea sticking out. Small, non visible lump on vein near other lump. Pain, burning, numbness in the same arm.
More context: dermatologic conditions are hard to discuss without seeing them; generally the context matters a great deal. Recent trauma including intravenous injection illegal or otherwise changes possibilities drastically. Ganglion cyst comes to mind otherwise (a cyst in the covering of a nerve like a blister from wear and tear) associated with nerve irritaiton. ...Read more
I have 2 large lumps underneath my labia majora on the left side right where the labia meets the inner thigh. Ingrown hairs? Or something else?
Circle purple vein under skin on uncut penis head. 4 normal veins flow into it, bulges a little and more when erect, no pain, maybe 1/4 size of penny?
Venous hemangioma: This is a benign blood vessel proliferation or also called the blood bessel tumor called hemangioma there benign vascular tumors tangled small vessels they can bleed and grow slowly removing is difficult as they are very vascular and bleeding is a problem you should consult urologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Many possibilities: These could be caused by infection such as herpes simplex, bacterial or fungal/yeast infection, or sexually transmitted disease. Important to see your doctor and get proper evaluation and treatment. These could be sexually transmissible so important to avoid sexual contact until getting proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Enlarged lymph nodes: Most likely it an enlarged lymph nodes. Specially it is a little tender to touch. Nothing to worry about. It is due to a minor pelvic or urinary infection. If you have vaginal discharge or urinary increased frequency go see a physician. You might need antibiotics. If it doesn't go away after few days it must be looked at under all circumstances. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Very small, hard lump under the skin (moves around) above an inch above penis area on left (right if looking at me?
Lymph node: Assuming it is on the grion area on left and not actually on penis, it could be swollen lymph node. Other possibility is small abscess, folliculitis,etc. If painful, growing in size then i would seek doctor visit for further eval. May also recommend send pic if doing virtual consult. ...Read more
Do I have periurethral abscess? Undern penis where urethra joins scrotum is enflamed walnut bump. No pain. Only noticeable when erect. 31y.o.
A sebaceous cyst?: A painless walnut-sized bump noticeable at erection could represent a asymptomatic sebaceous cyst, which usually needs no active care as long as being comfortable mentally and physically. Nonetheless, it is still hard to draw right conclusion without a direct look at and feel on it. To have the health-related things for good care done correctly, go to http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Best ...Read more
Groin pain, painful ejaculation, heavy visible veins when erect, chord like lump under shaft, and a very dark bruise like line under shaft. What is this?
Number of causes: Groin pain and painful ejaculations have a number of causes. Some are: urethritis (the canal inside the penis), prostatitis (inflammation or infection of prostate gland, orchitis (inflammation of the testicle), epididymitis (gland where semen produced). Definitely should see a urologist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Itchy pubic area directly above clitoris. Clitoral hood has a weird blister or raw lesion. Rawness between labia minora and majora. No STDs or stis?
You need an exam: Your symptoms are suggestive of a herpes simplex infection (sexually transmitted), but yeast (not sexually transmitted) may cause similar symptoms of rawness and itching. If you also have a white, cottage cheese-like discharge, it is more likely to be yeast. The bottom line is that you need to have an exam done by a health professional. And no sex until you find out! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Red area on my left labia majora near vaginal opening. It feels swollen and is tender to the touch. There is no head or blister. ?
Labial lesion: it is most likely innocent but you need to see your gyn. ...Read more
Red painless lump under left shaft of penis shiny around lump no sexual activity no discharge hard underneath skin noticed yesterday? Epidermiod cyst?
After masturbateing, large somewhat movable lump deep under penis shaft very little pain near bottom of penis and beginning of tesitsack its hard lump?
Have it examined: See a urologist or your family doctor and have it evaluated. ...Read more
Feeling hard tube above and beneath testicles & it tenders if touched. Slight burning in testis veins after urination and swelling in veins.
Here are some...: Most likely, the hard tube above testes is vas deferens and that beneath testes is epididymis. If still in doubt, confirm it with a urologist. How & what you felt - slight burning in testis veins after urination needs more specifics and relevance of all symptoms + physical exam so to deduce possible diagnosis for right care & counseling. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1 painful yellowish/white sore on labia minora below clitoris & above urethral. Hurts when touched. Only 1 sexual partner in last 11 years. no swellin
Many possibilities: Sores in this area can be caused by skin conditions; allergic reactions; infections such as herpes, chancroid, molluscum contagiosum, staph infections; hydradenitis; cancer; etc. An Ob/Gyn can do cultures, biopsies and other tests to determine the cause. Best wishes! ...Read more