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I have few white color spots on my genital area, and it itches, what would that be?

I have few white color spots on my genital area, and it itches, what would that be?

Could be: Lichen sclerosis. In the absence of more details it could also be an std. Rashes are hard to diagnose without a visual, so i would recommend you see your doctor. ...Read more

Reproductive Organs (Definition)

The major organs of the reproductive system includes, the external genitalia (penis and vulva) as well as a number of internal organs including the gamete producing gonads (testicles and ovaries). Diseases of the human reproductive system are very common and widespread, particularly ...Read more


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Are spots in the genital area normal?

Not necessarily.: Medical evaluation should help to clarify what these evaluations are. ...Read more

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I've had forcyde spots in my genital area since I was younger and noticed lichen planus more recently. No pain. Is this normal?

I've had forcyde spots in my genital area since I was younger and noticed lichen planus more recently. No pain. Is this normal?

Yes and no: The fordyce spots are normal, however if you have Lichen Planus it is not "normal". However, the cause is usually unknown. It has been associated with Hep B, C, chemical exposure, ACE inhibitor use, NSAID use. Talk to your doctor about the rash. ...Read more

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Hello! i'm of white skin, and was a little worried about two darker spots that i got in the external part of my genital area.No itchy, no elevation. ?

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i'm of white skin, and was a little worried about two darker spots that i got in the external part of my genital area.No itchy, no elevation.
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Melanoma Signs: The first signs can appear in one or more atypical moles. That's why it's so important to get to know your skin very well and to recognize any changes in the moles on your body. Look for the abcde signs of melanoma, and if you see one or more, make an appointment with a physician immediately. Abcde: asymmetry, irregular border, varied color, large diameter, evolving or changing. ...Read more

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Good day. I've had burning while urinating and red spots in genital area. STD tests~a month ago-all negative. Urologist thinks prostatitis. Thoughts?

Good day. I've had burning while urinating and red spots in genital area. STD tests~a month ago-all negative. Urologist thinks prostatitis. Thoughts?

CPPS?: Prostatitis or infections that cause it don't cause "red spots"; separate problems. At age 28, most apparent prostatitis is chronic pelvic pain syndrome. CPPS overlaps with prostatitis but there is no infection; urinary discomfort or pain are from pelvic muscle tension, often anxiety driven, e.g. after a regretted sexual exposure. OK to try cipro (ciprofloxacin) per urologist's advice, but it may not work. ...Read more

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So my genital area is hairy , in the spot where a bump was present and went away , there is no hair there , why?

So my genital area is hairy , in the spot where a bump was present and went away , there is no hair there , why?

Loss of pubic hair: Could have been scarring of hair follicles and therefore there is no hair, just like in a burn. Sometimes fungal infections lead to loss of hair as well Would wait a month hand see if remains hairless or if hair returns http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/hair-loss/infectious-agents?page=2 ...Read more

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White spots on skin, genital warts, joint ache, HIV test(7months) negative, which d/s, can I be?

White spots on skin, genital warts, joint ache, HIV test(7months) negative, which d/s, can I be?

Uncertain: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more

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Have this small sting on my genital area followed by a small bald spot. What can this be? Has me worried. No pain rarely itch. Help!

Have this small sting on my genital area followed by a  small bald spot. What can this be? Has me worried. No pain rarely itch. Help!

Penis bumps: Penis bumps can be many things. Some STDs, some not. Only general advice can be given without a photo or physical exam. Top 2 photos are non-STDs: Fordyce spots (sebum which can be extricated by M.D. or left alone), Infected hair follicle (plucked and kept clean). Bottom 2 photos are STDs (HPV and Molluscum) to be evaluated by your MD so s/he can rule out other STDs and council you for prevention. ...Read more

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Hi doctor, my 4 year old daughter has white spots at her genital organ. My father in law (wife's father)has vitiligo. What can I do to get this cured?

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my 4 year old daughter has white spots at her genital organ. My father in law (wife's father)has vitiligo. What can I do to get this cured?

White spots: Let your pediatrician look at it for now there is not treatment for vitiligo but fungal infections can occur and can be treated, see the doctor first for diagnosis. ...Read more

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Traces of blood found in urine sample, xray showed some white spots in pelvis, but was not told what it could be?

Traces of blood found in urine sample, xray showed some white spots in pelvis, but was not told what it could be?

Your job: ask & work: to understand. It is your body; not that of others who primarily focus on their priorities (human nature for all of us). X-Ray=Hi-frequency electromagnetic radiation, i.e. above light frequencies & simply show shadows, bone vs. water density (tissue) vs. air. White spots are likely bone (absorb/block A-Ray from reaching/exposing the film). Is blood from urinary bladder or kidneys? big difference! ...Read more

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I have white spots in the foldings of my thighs next to my private area on scratching them they turn brown theyre not itchy and not red ?

I have white spots in the foldings of my thighs next to my private area on scratching them they turn brown theyre not itchy and not red ?

Need to Visualize: Have a healthcare personnel look at the lesions to determine the nature of it. Your primary care provider or GYN doctor will be of great help. Be sure to get STD screening while there. ...Read more