What causes blood blisters on your scrotum?

BLISTERS ON SCROTUM. Without actually seeing these, they sound like angiokeratomas, harmless lesions that often appear in older men, but can appear at any age. Also known as fordyce's disease, they do not require treatment. They can be removed very easily by a dermatologist. This can be confused with fabry's disease, a somewhat serious disorder. Do see a dermatologist if they bother you.

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Can popping blood blisters on my scrotum cause blood in my semen?

No, but see your doc. The question is, what are these things? Why would you be getting "blood blisters" on your scrotum? This needs to be looked at by a dermatologist or urologist, the sooner the better. Read more...

Scrotum sac bleeding from small what looks like a blood blister I've noticed 2 or 3 spot but 1 bleeding after shower & also just started during day?

Need exam. The scrotal lesion could be an ulcer which needs to be looked at to make sure that it is not malignant. There are many other conditions that can cause a bleeding blister like lesion on the scrotum. You need to see either your pcp or a dermatologist for management. Read more...

I have a red bumpy itchy rash on my scrotum. Been treating it for jock itch for 4 days, now I have blood blisters there. Any ideas on what this is?

See your doctor. Your doctor should examine you and diagnose the problem. Itchiness could be caused by some type of allergic reaction, irritation, or an infection of some type. You might be getting blisters from scratching if it's that itchy. You might be scratching at night and not know it. Good luck. Read more...
See answer . A yeast (candida) or fungal infection is likely the most common cause of a reddened, itchy scrotum which should respond to keeping it clean, dry and an antifungal cream. A contact dermatitis which is an irritation from an allergen is also common and may be from: changes in clothing material, soap, fabric softener, or any chemical. Responds best to steroid cream. Scabies infection also can cause. Read more...