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White Bumps On Scrotum
I have white bumps in scrotum. No painful. No burning. The smaller I can pop easily and get out pus. The larger are very hard to pop no burning when urine?
Sebaceous cysts...: What you nicely described most likely represent the common occurrence of hyperactive sebaceous glands and cysts, which at times may be infected like acne or abscess, and there is no cure but leave them alone or excise them at the time of no infection if becoming annoyed by recurrent infection. More? Go to articles listed in http://formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. Best wish to health... ...Read more
Tiny white bumps on scrotum and base of penis. Theirs a lot of them and are causimg me much stress. Is there any way to get rid of them?
OK, but depends...: What you have may be just the common occurrence of sebaceous cysts. If so, leave them alone if there is no infection or discomfort. However, if you're mentally bothered by their presence, surgical removal is possible, but make sure to get it done by knowledgeable and skillful surgeon; otherwise, recurrence may happen. See a urologist if in doubt. Best wish... ...Read more
Here are some...: Known to us, we are not born equal although we share the same anatomical terminology for the supposed same organs. As a result, the sebaceous glands of hair follicles may vary and some men may have hyperactive sebaceous glands or even develop sebaceous cysts in the scrotal wall. Of course, it is hard to tell for sure without a direct look at them. ...Read more
I have hard, white bumps on my scrotum, and a little at the base of my shaft, is this normal? If not, what could it be?
Sebaceous Cysts: These are common and normal and usually resolve on their own. ...Read more
I have some white bumps on my scrotum. I believe they are benign calcium deposits. What is the best way to remove them? There are a lot.
May be...: Without a direct look, it's hard to tell for sure what they may be although they may represent the presence of calcinosis cutis maybe resulting from epidermal pilar cysts with defected wall & calcification. Clinically, they are harmless unless becoming infected - rarely so requiring no treatment as long as mentally comfortable. If wanting to be treated, skillful use of laser or needle cauteriziing ...Read more
Started with very small white colored bump on scrotum & after 2 years they are hard, white colored, hard paste inside with no pain just increasing size?
Sebaceous cyst...: You have sebaceous cyst, which may increase its size with variable pace, and occasionally may become infected leading to an abscess and rupture in time, getting better and recycling its clinical course as just described. Surgical complete excision is the way to get rid of it if recurrent infection happens; otherwise, leave it alone. Best wish... ...Read more
White bumps covering my scrotum differ in size, become very itchy at night. Is there any cream that will make them go away in time? (not an std)
Baby Powder: A drying powder with talcum like baby powder can be very effective to treat itching due to excessive heat and moisture. ...Read more
I have white/red bumps on penile shaft/scrotum. Neg pain/irritation. Started 1 month ago. More appearing last few days. About the size of a pin head.?
Molluscum?: Small 2-5 mm dome shaped bumps or papules on the genitals could be from a viral induced infection known as molluscum contagiosum. These are more commonly seen in children, but can also occur in individuals that are immunosupressed. There are also other causes for lesions on the scrotum, but without examination it is difficult to tell. I recommend a visit to your doctor or a dermatologist. ...Read more
Cyst?: If the bump is on the scrotum itself, it is most likely a sebaceous or inclusion cyst. It's filled with dead skin cells, and can get infected occasionally. They can be removed fairly simply. If the bump is inside the scrotum, you should probably have a urologist examine you and possibly have a scrotal ultrasound. ...Read more
Need more info...: The reported info is not enough to deduce a right diagnosis. But a process for adequate care can be done by collecting/bringing detailed info on the specifics, relevance, & sequence of events of all symptoms to doctors for analysis + physical exam + testing as needed timely, which is described in articles listed in http://www. Formefirst. Com/onDealSickness. Html. Clinically, these bumps may be cysts ...Read more
I have been observing that a slight area on my scrotum, changed texture, but no Colour or bumps, or itchyess. At the same time having ED symptoms?
Your doc: Or a natural doc can test your hormone levels and rule out circulatory issues. Also, a clinical psychologist can teach you skills to keep from focusing on your "performance" which interferes also. Peace and good health. Your doc can also examine your scrotum skin concern which MAY be unrelated to the ED you are concerned about. ...Read more
Hello Dr Michael, on my scrotum, I've little bumps and doesn't itch me, it's just there. It happens when I mistakingly used an old shaving stick.
Most likely, ...: ..., these little non-itchy bumps are the hyperactive sebaceous glands of hair follicles, which require no active care. So, just watch and see if they may change and evolve in shape and size over time. If stable, leave them alone. Remember: Shaving may induce inverted hair growth or ingrown hair or razor bumps. Of course, it is hard to make right diagnosis without a direct look. ...Read more
I I have a small bump on my scrotum, think/thought I got it when I shaved awhile back but it's still there. Doesn't hurt or anything just being careful?
Cysts: Usually epidermal inclusion cysts and or blackheads. ...Read more
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