How do I get rid of sebaceous cysts on my scrotum?

Surgery. The only way to get rid of sebaceous cysts (anywhere) is surgical removal. You can have them opened and drained, but unless you remove the wall of the cyst, they will refill with sebum.
Surgery. You can get a sebaceous cyst anywhere there is hair (and not just the hair you can see). They are typically the result of a plug in the gland associated with the hair follicle. Treatment is removal.

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Is it possible to get rid of sebaceous cysts within 2 weeks or so?

Only by excision. While an infected angry cyst may be calmed down by antibiotics or injection of steroid or i&d, it generally requires surgical removal for a definitive cure. Read more...

How to get rid of sebaceous cyst at the back but not infected.

Multiple Options. You can go to a doctor and see the multiple options that are available. You can have it injected, an excision and drainage may also be available, a total excision, minimal excision, or laser. If it is bothering you, please go see a doctor and they can offer you some of these choices and see what works best for you :]. Read more...
A minor surgery. These are usually treated with a minor surgery, where the cyst, and it's entire lining, is removed. This is typically done under local anesthesia. Read more...

Hi I had a sebaceous cyst drained over two weeks ago, it is still leaking fluid and has started to smell really bad. How do I get rid of the smell?

Depends. If the wound is open, keep it clean with soap and water, and pack the wound with moist gauze at least 2x/day. If the wound is not open, it needs to be opened. In either case, see the doctor that drained it, or a general surgeon. If the skin is red, see someone today, even of it means going to the ER. Hope this helps! Read more...

How do I get rid of an ingrown hair or a sebaceous cyst on private area?

If it doesn't... ...Bother you, you don't need to get rid of it. If it does bother you, or it's getting bigger, see a doctor and have it removed surgically. Read more...
Surgically. Each is different and managed different too. Have it examined by a physician proficient in removing both. Read more...

Can you tell me how to get rid of (possible) sebaceous cyst's on my penis?

Leave them alone. Show them to your physician on your next routine visit. All men have sebaceous glands there; inclusion ("sebaceous") cysts are common enough. They are easy to remove surgically if they get big and are annoying. Do not try to do your own surgery here as if you rupture the capsule, it will be a mess and make cure much harder. Read more...