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Doctor insights on: What Does It Mean If A Babys Scrotum Is Red And Painful

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Scrotum (Definition)

Sac below penis that holds testicles ...Read more


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What is this problem im having when having sexual foreplay with painful redness on penis? I keep having this painful redness after sexual foreplay on the underside of my penis and onto the top of my scrotum. It will be red the rest of the night and sore

What is this problem im having when having sexual foreplay with painful redness on penis? I keep having this painful redness after sexual foreplay on the underside of my penis and onto the top of my scrotum.  It will be red the rest of the night and sore

This : This is a rough problem for you that hopefully we can easily solve. First i need to know what you mean by foreplay? How much friction and for how long is this area involved? When you do other activities does this painful redness occur. Does the pain occur immediately or after you have stopped? It may be something as simple as a skin sensitivity or a mild fungal irritation. ...Read more

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I have an itchy/redness scrotum for awhile now, it hasn't gone away with trying anti fungal creams, sprays, baby rash cream has not worked either. ?

I have an itchy/redness scrotum for awhile now, it hasn't gone away with trying anti fungal creams, sprays, baby rash cream has not worked either. ?

Leave it alone: Scrotal itching and rash isn't usually due to fungal infection, which is more likely to affect the the groin (e.g. Inner thighs) than the scrotum itself. Scrotal rashes are more often due to dry skin or excessive scratching. The best thing to do is to avoid over-washing, especially with soap and hot water, and avoid scratching. In other words: leave your balls alone, and they'll get better. ...Read more

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Scrotum is red and painful , very sensitive to touch, no itch at all, just feels like it's severely burned. A large portion of the right side and a sm?

Scrotum is red and painful , very sensitive to touch, no itch at all, just feels like it's severely burned. A large portion of the right side and a sm?

Scrotum: If you can get an early appointment with your Primary doctor that would be best. If not, please have someone to the nearest Emergency facility. In either case you will be carefully treated. Hope all goes well - please kep me posted. ...Read more

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My scrotum has gone red and it's painful as well?

See a doctor: You may have an infection of the scrotum or its contents. Swelling of the scrotum can occur with twisting of a testicle (cutting off the blood flow to the testicle) called torsion. Torsion must be assessed quickly to prevent loss of the testicle. Please see a physician as soon as possible. ...Read more

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What does it means to have only the right side of scrotum little red and itch?

What does it means to have only the right side of scrotum little red and itch?

See answer : Redness and itching of the scrotum usually related either to a fungal/yeast infection (jock itch) or to some type of irritant that has come into contact with the skin: perfumed soaps, scented detergents, fabric softener, spermicidal products, or some other chemical. If fungal, keep area clean and dry and apply antifungal cream/powder. If irritant, avoid irritant and apply steroid cream to area. ...Read more

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My son is 2 and has a red painful scrotum. What could it be? There are no bumps.

My son is 2 and has a red painful scrotum. What could it be? There are no bumps.

See physician er: Painful scrotal swelling can start suddenly or gradually.Painful swelling is usually serious.When testicle twists on its cord it can cut off blood supply and may require emergency surgery, ideally within six hours of onset to prevent death of testicle, most common in infants and boys ages12 and 18.Epididymitis and orchitis are infections, bacterial or viral, causing pain swelling.Usually antibiotics. ...Read more

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I am having a red thick bump in my scrotum.? It is not painful but i need to know what it is and is that will cause any problem to me

Hard to know: Hard to know without seeing it. If you are worried, then you could see a general practitioner first, and they could refer to a specialist if there is any concern. ...Read more