Small Lumps Appear That Spread On The Skin Of The Scrotum?
Afternoon r nA glimpse of the story, I just realized that on the skin of my testicles small lumps that spread. Does that include warts? If I read in some articles it could be caused by having sex, even though I have never had sex, even oral sex … what I want to ask is: r n1. Is it dangerous for the future? R n2. How can it appear when you are not having sex? R n3. I have never had a history of venereal disease before, does that include allergies? R n4. Can the stress I have experienced in recent days trigger the appearance of lumps on the skin of the scrotum? R n5. If you want to do self-medication first to see if it’s getting worse or not, what medicine or ointment can I buy at the pharmacy? R n6. How many times should you shower a day? And is it okay to use warm water when bathing? R n7. Does the everyday use of shorts / boxers without underwear (triangular shape in general) matter too? R n8. Usually the lump will disappear in how long? R n r nThank you
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Identifying the possible causes of lumps on the testicles requires complete information regarding the characteristics of these lumps, such as how big they are, how they are colored, how many they are, whether they are painful, itchy, since when they appeared, and any other accompanying complaints. So, it's not enough just with brief information as you mention huh ..
It is true, lumps around the testicles can occur in connection with infection. This infection is not only transmitted through sexual activity. It could also be, this infection occurs related to poor personal hygiene, use of unclean clothes or pants, contact with unclean objects (for example, sextoys used for masturbation), and so on. Some examples of infections that can cause small bumps on the testicles are folliculitis, genital warts, cutaneous candidiasis, scabies, impetigo, miliaria (prickly heat), genital herpes, syphilis, molluscum contagiosum, and so on. With regards to sexually transmitted infections, it is not always that they are transmitted through sexual contact which involves penetration of the penis into the vagina. Other sexual activities, such as anal sex, oral sex, or petting can also potentially cause transmission of sexually transmitted infections.
In addition to infection, small bumps on the testicles can also appear due to other factors, for example:
Contact dermatitis (chronic skin inflammation due to contact with allergens or irritants) Insect bites Drug eruption Keratosis pilaris (a normal skin variation that causes dry rashes on the body, especially around the upper arms, upper thighs, buttocks, or genitals) ) Neurodermatitis (chronic skin inflammation triggered by stress) Benign or malignant tumors, etc. Stress may trigger skin inflammation which leads to the appearance of lumps on the genitals. As for the use of boxers, as long as they are kept clean, it shouldn't increase your risk of developing genital lumps.
There are so many conditions that arise that trigger your complaint at this time. Therefore, to be sure, you need to check with a doctor first. How long it takes to heal this lump can certainly vary depending on the cause of the lump. It is with a doctor's examination that this can be found.
In the meantime, you should not take drugs or use ointments carelessly without a doctor's examination. First do the following steps so that the lump does not spread:
Clean the genitals regularly every shower (2 times a day) and after defecating. Clean using room temperature water. --- Avoid bathing or soaking in warm water too often. In addition to the potential to increase itching on the skin (if the lump feels itchy), exposure to excessive warmth in the testicles is also more at risk of causing impaired sperm production. Always wear clean, not tight, dry pants Do not exchange towels, pants, or clothes with other people Avoid having sex with people with no clear sexual history, including petting Avoid stress Avoid contact between sexes with substances that risk causing you to be allergic or irritation Hope it helps ya ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah