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Wart On Perineum
Genial warts are : Generally spread sexually. I wouldn't rule it out though i think it's low probability. I cannot answer with certainty, however. ...Read more
Ther perineum is the area between the anus and the scrotum in men and the vulva in women. It generally refers to the surface anatomy, from the pubic symphysis to the coccyx. Perineal tears and episiotomy can occur in this region during childbirth. The anogenital distance is a measure of the distance between the anus and the base of the penis or vagina & used in the ...Read more
Maybe: Maybe or maybe not. A doctor or other health care professional should be able to tell you the answer. ...Read more
Finished anal skin yeast infection cream,white painless bumps on outside of right vulva & bigger skin colored bumps on inside of left vulva,thoughtS?
Sebaceous Cysts: Look up sebaceous cysts on google image. This is a very common benign issue that is caused by a hair duct getting blocked and oil, old skin cells and such get caught up in the duct. These usually resolve on their own. ...Read more
Have genital warts on my penis,when i go to the toilet and touch my genital wart then touched my anus hole that lead to genital wart at my anus area?
Genital warts: Genital warts are most commonly HPV and beyond being unattractive they can lead to cancer especially with your sexual partner. The serious consequences of this condition and capacity to be spread to others means you need to get this treated. It is unlikely your warts will spread from your penis to your anus by touching but could from anal sex. Treatment is easy but requires a physician. ...Read more
I noticed about a month ago various vaginal bumps, blisters, and growths around the anus and vagina some on the skin surrounding. Genital warts?
Treatment: If you're sure it's herpes, it can be treated with anti-herpes medication (acyclovir, valacyclovir, or famciclovir), provided you start soon enough. The lesion will go away without treatment, but it may come back in the same place. If it comes back infrequently, you can just treat it when it happens. If it comes back frequently (several times a year), you can take daily therapy to prevent it. ...Read more