Hi there :-) Based on what you said, this could be several things: * A allergic reaction to your washing product. In this case apply cream which is used to treat Eczema such as Sudocrem or Canisten, Daktacort if the rash is weeping or scabby. * Shaving your genital area can cause a red, pimply rash that is very obvious around the hair line of your genitals. This needs to be treated with the cream I mentioned above, or apply cold water if it becomes hot/burning or alternatively you can leave it alone and treat it with nothing and it will clear up in a few days. * If you have had unprotected sex with someone then this could also be a STD such as herpes or genital warts. If this is the case then see your doctor for a STD SWAB test. All the best. Trisha x
it could be genital warts
could be genital warts caused by HPV
If it is a STD, it could be herpes or genital warts.
Herpes, genital warts, mosquitos, other STIs
The cluster of little bumps under both your cat's armpits could be a heat rash. A little antibacterial cream might heal the bumps.
There is a chance it could be genital warts caused by an HPV infection.
If you have small bumps on your penis that are like pimples, it could be genital warts or another sexually transmitted disease.
It could possibly be herpes. Those usually itch, and if irritated, bleed. You should definitely have this checked by your doctor.
it very well could be exima or goose bumps i am pritty sure
It could possible be razor burn, or some ongrown hairs, a lot of women get these after shaving, Put lotion on the bumps and sometime they will go away.
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.
Yes, they can be, especially if they are soft and can be moved around a bit, they are called lipomas.
Strep is usually white bumps, but could be something else. If the bumps persist, see your doctor.
There are several conditions that could cause itchy red bumps around the eyes. They include acne, dermatitis, keatosis pilaris, styes and rosacea.
it could be blackheads
It could be a STD (Herpes or Genital Warts) or it may be something else. A trip to the doctor is necessary.
the bumps could be a mild disease or places where fleas have bitten the cat. Oh it could also be where you cat has gotten in a fight.
It is best to take a dog to the vet and to get the bumps looked at. While they maybe a rash they could be tumors.
Tiny bumps on your labia that don't hurt or itch could be Fordyce spots, which are normal, or genital warts. See your health care provider for an exam if you are at risk for STDs.
No, most bumps on the penis are not caused by herpes. Bumps on the penis could also be normal skin (e.g. Fordyce spots, pearly penile papules), genital warts, ingrown hairs, bumps from contact dermatitis, and a host of other causes. If you have a new bump on your penis, get it checked out.
It depends on what they look like, if they are flat on top, they could be HPV, otherwise know as genital warts. If they fester into sores then it could be Herpes. Either way DO NOT have sex with anyone until you consult a physician. There are free clinics almost anywhere you go.
every body has them its like poors
If they are little bumps, perhaps you have an allergy to the oils/scents used to massage you. Also the bumps could be white-heads caused by the oil clogging your pores.
There are several reasons for bumps on your arm.You could be looking at goose bumps.You could have infected or ingrown hair follicles.You could have insect or mite bites.Or it could be something else. The best thing to do is ask your primary physician so that he can make an educated decision and settle your mind.