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Itchy bumps on scrotum, penis. Not STD. What could it be?

yes. I strated getting itchy little bumps all over my body. I paid them no mind and though it was just a reaction to a lotion or soap I used, due to my sensitive skin . I didn t start worrying until i found two bumps on my scrotum . They both itched and thats how I discovered them. I have went to the doctor and got tested for STD s and I am negative. I recently (a day ago) discovers a new bumps on my penis head, they have no discharge or puss. I am worried, and don t know what this could be.
Asked On : Thu, 24 Jan 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response

It seems that you are having SCABIES.

Scavies is is an infestation caused by sarcoptes scabie.

It is a contageous skin disease.

There are papulo vesicular lesions with burrows in finger webs. .

The lesions spread to hands,groin,genitales,axilae and thighs.. may be to whole body.

Rarely occurs on face.

There is severe itching, more at night.

If infected with bacteria, it may be painful.

Antiscabatic tab. ivermectol should be taken.

anthistaminics and antibiotics are taken for few weeks.

Apply permethrin cream on whole body at night... once a week

Improve hygiene.

Take dettol bath.

Have nutritious food.

Wash the clothes on hot water.

Treat the orher members, if infected.

I hope you got my answer.


Dr. ilyas Patel MD
Answered: Wed, 3 Jul 2013
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