Is it healthy to have itchy bumps on the pubic area without sexual contact?
it means you have aids
The most common bumps are sometimes called "pearly penile papules." If they have always been there, that's the most likely explanation. If you have had sexual contact with someone else, it makes sense to get screened for sexually transmissible infections. Some of these infections can also cause bumps in that area.
The scientific name for these bumps is Gluzomniachloffyril (Glue-Zom-Nee-Ah-Cloff-Ril), You usually get these from having sexual intercourse with monkey's, Goat's, Sheep and other such animals, therefore are very common with people who molest animals. Another way of getting these bumps is from eating or drinking near these such animals. These bumps are highly contageous and spread through direct contact with skin, there is no known cure for this infection.
Genital warts, sometimes called venereal warts, are growths or bumps contracted through sexual contact. They're caused by certain types of the human papillomavirus (HPV), which is one of the most common STDs. For more information regarding the Genital warts you can refer the link provided in the source below.
It would depend on what is causing the bumps. Most of the time bumps on the tongue are caused by viral illnesses or by an irritant touching the tongue directly. Without more information, I am not able to refine my answer anymore. If you have red bumps on your tongue, you should go see your doctor to get it checked out and treated.
NEW answer . . . the vagina is the birth canal and is located entirely within the body. The vulva is the part with lips that you can see from outside the body. The bumps may be genital warts, depending on your sexual activity. A doctor cannot cure these, but can prescribe medication to suppress the warts. Or, the bumps may something entirely different. See a doctor, in any case.
WikiAnswers isn't a doctor. We can't see your bumps or know what is causing them. I suggest you try an antihistamine like Benadryl (diphenhydramine) to start with, in case you are allergic to something - if that works, you need to figure out what you came in contact with that caused the reaction. If it doesn't work, see a doctor to figure out what's causing the bumps.
Hard to say without knowing the size of the bumps, where they are, what they look like, etc. I would expect a skin condition. It could be as simple as an allergy. I'd be more concerned if the number or size of the bumps is increasing. Also, of these turn out to be open sores. Talk to your vet -- and ask about prednizone.
no substance is perfectly smooth.it has tiny bumps and bruises and when two surfaces move over each other the bumps and holes in get in each other's way.oil covers up these bumps.it also forms a layer between the two surfaces and prevents direct contact between them.there is very little direct contact between the holes and this way the friction is reduced
If your child had the vaccine previously, they may get a mild case without itching or blisters. However, if your child has not been vaccinated, the diagnosis is not likely to be chickenpox if bumps have been showing up for two to three days without itching or blistering. Contact your health care provider for advice specific to your situation.
What could cause large robin's egg sized painful bumps all over your head without having sustained any injury?
Bumps on the penis could be a normal variant (e.g. fordyce spots, pearly penile papules), a noninfectious dermatologic problem (e.g. folliculitis), a reaction to chemical or mechanical irritation (e.g. shaving bumps --a particular type of folliculitis, or irritant dermatitis), genital warts, molluscum, genital herpes.
What is a treatment for a red rash with red bumps around the genital area and what is it if it isn't STD?
I hope you had it checked out. It could just be an irritation - from friction, heat, or other. It sounds like it could be an STD, so just be sure to see a Dr. as soon as possible, and avoid sexual contact until you have been treated, since more activity can cause discomfort, further irritation, and/or spreading of a possible contagion.
The bumps are put on the waffle to provide additional surface area, so that the waffle can crisp up and be brown all over in a shorter period of time. Without the bumps, the insides may be under cooked or the surface burned trying to get it cooked all the way through. It also provides a great place for the butter, syrup and/or fruit to collect.
if bumps are full of clear liquid they are called blisters... they are tiny.. this is usually caused by dermatitis(sp)... this can be caused for a variety of reasons.. contact with a particular fabric, dish soap, detergent, cleaning fluid... or it could be hereditary - is there a history of excema in your family?
Well, genital warts are small white bumps around your genitalia. You may want to check with a doctor because you may have an STD. Then again, you genitalia may just be dirty so you try cleaning it. If the bumps are still there then you should see a doctor. If it is an STD you should call the last person you had sexual intercourse with and get it taken care of.
Yes it can! I shaved my lower legs with a rusty razor (didn't know it was rusty as I cannot see well without glasses). This resulted in an extremely red and itchy dermatitis which started within a day with a few red bumps and progressively spread and worsened. Use a new disposable razor after 1-2 uses!