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What Is The Best Treatment For Painless Fleshy Bumps On Private Parts
I am experiencing painless fleshy genital bumps. They are only on my inner labia minora. They haven't grown or multiplied since I noticed them?
Needs evaluation: Lumps, bumps, blisters and other skin abnormalities on the genitals need to be evaluated. An examination will be needed to know the cause and treatment. We need to see what it is you are referring to before any treatment options can be discussed. An Obgyn should be able to provide some direction after visualizing the area. You may be seeing normal glands. ...Read more
Genital bumps: There are several problems that can cause genital bumps - STDs like syphilis, and genital warts can cause bumps, so can ingrown hairs and the virus molluscum. If someone has genital bumps that are new it would be a good idea to get them looked at and not just wait to see if they go away on their own. ...Read more
Small and painless fleshy genital bumps. That are under foreskin, small, white/clear, raised, no pain or puss. Had for years, wife has no symptoms?
Penile papules?: Anything present for years, without change, probably is normal. For sure no STD does this; it's not something you can transmit to your wife. Maybe pearly penile papules? Fordyce spots (normal sebaceous glands)? (Google them for photos.) If you remain concerned, show them to your doctor next time you have a routine appointment. Ih the meantime, no cause for worry. ...Read more
Skin tags?: Depends in part on where in the genital area. Penis? Scrotum? Pubic area? Does "not sexually active" mean intercourse only? Any oral sex, for example? Maybe normal skin tags, which can become more prominent with sexual maturity, which presumably is fairly recent since you are only 18. If shiny pink and some bumps have dimples, maybe molluscum contagiosum, but that's usually sexually acquired. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am experiencing painless fleshy genital bumps. The following also describe me: Anal itching and Genital itching. What should I do?
Genital bumps: Please consult your doctor - you probably have viral warts or molluscum contangiosum. ...Read more
Im experiencing painless fleshy genital bumps and pain w/urination (quality: stinging or burning sensation) &&' the bumps are going away with neosprin?
Get tested: Lumps, bumps, blisters and other skin abnormalities on the genitals need to be evaluated. An examination will be needed to know the cause and treatment. When one area of the vagina has burning and stinging we get concerned for possible herpes infections. If the bumps themselves are painless then they may be genital warts or molluscum. An exam will be the fastest way to determine the cause ...Read more
Needs to be checked: Painless Genital bumps may be caused by skin conditions like dermatitis caused by allergy or irritants.genital warts or due to sexually transmitted disease,They may be warts caused by Human Pappiloma Virus.HPV is the commonest sexually transmitted disease.Other possibility is Molluscum.Please have your doctor or a dermatologist or gynecologist check it to make the appropriate diagnosis ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Get care ASAP: All these symptoms could be STDs. Bleeding after sex is common in chlamydia and gonorrhea. If your pain during sex is inside your lower abdomen, it could be pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), the main complication of both these STDs. Painless bumps could be genital warts. See a doctor ASAP; if pain is severe or if any fever, do it right now, even if it means visit to an ER or urgent care clinic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am experiencing thigh rash and painless fleshy genital bumps. The rash looks like jock itch but my penis has little bumps on the shaft.
Molluscum?: This is suspicious for molluscum contagiosum, a minor viral infection. "Jock itch" appearance doesn't fit well, but "fleshy bumps" is suspicious, especially if shiny pink and some have dimples in the center. (Google for photos.) At age 22, most genital area MC is sexually acquired. It's a minor problem, never serious. See doc for diagnosis and treatment, and perhaps tests for other STDs. ...Read more