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Forum Name: Dermatology Topics
Question: Red Bump On Pubic Area?
|Suratea11 - Mon Nov 10, 2008 7:24 pm|
For about 2 months or so I have had a reddish almost bruise like bump on my pubic area. The first time I noticed it I popped it thinking it was a pimple or an ingrown hair since I tend to keep myself shaved. Well needless to say it didn't go away. Its kinda solid most of the time I don't even notice it there, it's never painful. Today after showering I noticed it came to a head again. Its a little sore but nothing I can't brush off. Should I pop it? What is it?
|Debbie Miller, RN - Thu Nov 20, 2008 5:33 pm|
Chances are it is an infected hair follicle or sebaceous cyst. In either case you should not pop it. Use warm, moist compresses and let it run its course. If it gets seriously infected you may need to see your health care provider who could choose to lance it but this would only be done under sterile technique.
|Concernedguy221 - Sun Apr 12, 2009 1:10 am|
I have many small, white bumbs on the shaft of my penis. I am only 13 so I had not been sexually active. The bumbs only hurt when pressure is applied to them. They feel like little rocks under the skin of my penis. I have tried to pop many but only some will squirt out a white, almost creamy substance. I am to embaressed to talk to my mom about it an I don't talk to my dad. I haven't talked a doctor about it. So do you have any idea what they are an how to get rid of them?
|TimDundalk - Wed Apr 15, 2009 4:55 pm|
Don't worry - that sounds normal enough. If you are still worried you could post a picture up and the doctors on this site could tell you whether they are normal or not.
But going by what you are describing, it sounds normal (apart from them being sore)
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