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 treatment for genital bumps depends on the cause. Stop shaving, reduce the number of chemicals used in the area, and see your health care provider for advice.
could be genital warts caused by HPV
Herpes, genital warts, and molluscum contagiosum are the STDs that can cause bumps on your genitals. Trichomoniasis can sometimes cause a rash in the genital area as well.
Nope, you got herpes.
There is a chance it could be genital warts caused by an HPV infection.
Healthy people may not need treatment for molluscum contagiosum, because the bumps usually go away on their own in 2 to 4 months. Some people choose to remove the bumps because they don't like how the bumps look or they don't want to spread the virus to other people. Doctors usually recommend treatment for bumps in the genital area to prevent them from spreading. If you need treatment, your choices may include: Freezing the bumps, called cryotherapy or cryosurgery. Scraping off the bumps, called curettage. Putting a chemical on the bumps, like cantharidin or potassium hydrochloride. Using liquids or creams, such as those used to treat warts.
It could possibly be herpes. Those usually itch, and if irritated, bleed. You should definitely have this checked by your doctor.
Looking at the hair around the genital area.
No, but the pubic area is prone to folliculitis/ingrown hairs-- which behave the way you are describing. If you are female, it is normal to have some bumps around your vulva. If you are male, small, raised bumps around the glans are also normal.
Yes you can get genital herpes if you touch the genital area of an infected person.
Yes, you can get genital warts on your foreskin just like any other area of your genitals. You should see a doctor for proper medical treatment.
Genital Herpes is a herpes infection of the genital regions of both males and females. There is no cure for genital herpes, and during an outbreak, the disease is highly contagious. One of the best treatments is proper hygiene. Most other treatment options include medications to control outbreaks. Cleansing the area with witch hazel also helps.
Infection, contact dermatitis, and other dermatologic conditions can cause bumps, burning, and itching on the vulva. See your health care provider for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.
Genital warts are warts or growths around the genital area, which are caused via a sexually transmitted disease. The virus is the human papillomavirus.
I have started to see small bumps on my genital area, majority on the shaft of the penis, and I have never been sexually active. Some, when squeezed exert a white puss or matter while others don't, and I am wondering what in the world these are.
Sounds like Genital Warts Go to ur health nurse or doctor and they will most likely need to freeze them off. Slightly painful but they can use a numbing gel.
Chlamydia does cause sores or a rash on the genital area in women. See your health care provider for effective diagnosis and treatment.Chlamydia typically does not cause sores or a rash in the genital area. See your health care provider for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment of your condition.
IF THE BUMPS STILL EXIST YOU NEED TO GO RIGHT AWAY BECAUSE IT COULD BE A NUMBER OF THINGS LIKE;GENITAL WARTS, HERPES, SYPHILLIS ETC. THE DOCTOR CANNOT DETERMINE WHAT YOU HAVE UNLESS THE BUMPS ARE PRESENT BECAUSE THEY HAVE TO TAKE LIVE CULTURE (PUSS FROM INSIDE THE BUMP) AND EXAMINE IT TO MAKE A DIAGNOSIS. SO IF THE BUMPS ARE STILL THERE GO RIGHT AWAY BECAUSE WE ALL KNOW THERE IS NO CURE FOR HERPES JUST TREATMENT AND YOU DON'T TO TAKE A CHANCE AND SPREAD IT TO OTHERS. IF THE BUMPS HAVE DISSAPEARED STILL GO GET AN EXAMINATION BECAUSE YOU CAN DETECT SYPHILLIS THROUGH BLOOD. ------------ I had one bump that was not painful but figured I should get it checked anyway -- it turned out to be a rare form of cancer that affects the vulva. DO NOT WAIT! Go to the doctor immediately. Better safe than sorry!
The signs in both men and women are the same. When you see several white bumps appear in your genital area and you suspect them as you never had them before, go check a dermatologist to ask whether it's a wart or not.
The dark brown patches of skin around the genital area may be caused by various disorders. It is probably erythrasma which can be treated using anti-fungals and antibiotics.
Genital herpes usually does not infect the mouth area; likewise oral herpes usually doesn't infect the genital area. If you have genital herpes in the genital area, you will not pass it on by kissing.
If you have bumps around your vaginal area going to a doctor would be the best things to do. It could be one of a few things, non of which would be pleasant.
This can be caused by a yeast infection or a STD.
Genital herpes can spread to the mouth, but the virus is more apt to be in the genital area and not in the mouth area.
Were all have 'bumps' in the dark area around the nipple. As to the tenderness, he may be responding to new surges in hormones now.