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Forum Name: Male Sexual Disorders
Question: White blister above penis in pubic area
|Beeg941 - Mon Aug 08, 2005 5:54 am||
I only actually have one of the bumps that I described, And yes I can pop it and it does puss, It has a dome shape to it and I can see a white or clear fluid inside. Now on the other hand it does not cause me any pain. Like if I leave it be it doesnt bother me at all, I don't even notice it is there. Now on the other hand if I try and pop it of course there is some what of pain but the same pain u would get if u were popping a pimple. I can touch it and press against it and there is some what of a discomfort but nothing majot. I can not fully pop it tho, Yes puss does come out of it but it never actually goes away, I do shave in that area so I was wondering if its an infected ingrown hair or not. And is it a good idea for me to be trying to pop it? It just seems to get bigger a couple days later after I have tried popping it. Does anyone have an answer to this problem and hopefully, U can help me! Thank You
|freakgirl - Mon Aug 08, 2005 7:13 am||
sounds to me like a pimple and or infected ingrown hair
you should have your GP take a look but it sounds benign
good luck! :)
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