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Have itchy skin colored bumps on hands, penis and scrotum with transparent liquid. Treatment?

Hi there, over the last week or two I have noticed some small skin colored bumps were developing around my hands mainly along side my pinky finger when squeezed they produced a transparent liquid they were occasionally itchy but when squeezed it would leave a small scab and slowly peel off and disappear. now i have noticed i have three more of these lumps on my penis and around the back of my scrotum they are occasionally itchy and extremely awkward i am sexually active but ALWAYS use protection and i have searched images of herpes and other S.T.Ds but non of them match my symptoms. The ones on my genitals are slowly getting red and sore but dont seem to be spreading. based on the information provided can you please try to help me find out what is is and how to stop it.
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
hi there,
the description you are giving and a history that you are sexually active suggest molluscum contagiosum.this may have a central umbilication in typical cases. it is a benign S.T.D. they can get secondarily infected causing soreness.better to show it to a dermatologist and confirm with a skin biopsy.if it is molluscum contagiosum then a simple currettage will suffice.take care.
dr akhilesh
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist Dr. Suman Kumar's  Response
these are allergic reactions
pamphigus vulgars the lesions are typical as you wrote it involves skin and mucosa
take course of doxycycline 100 mg bd for 5-7 days to clear the infected fluid can use sos in event of fluid recurence
add anti allergic tab ebastine 10 mg od for 3 wk
apply antibiotic mixed with antiallergic and antifungal ointment on affected areas of skin and mucosa
keep dry skin sweat free take lot of warm water
non oily non greesy and non fatty food
as thereare more chances of fungus add antifungal fluconazole 150 mg once a week to prevent supperadded fungaus
can take for 6-8 wk
in meantime can find the cause of allergy and reat for permanent cure

Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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