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Kid has had pimple like bumps around the head of his penis, kindly help

4 year old son has had pimple like bumps around the head of his penis
My 4 year old son has had pimple like bumps around the head of his penis for almost a month now. Also a big like sack that looks deflated as if there was a pimple there under the part of the penis that lays ontop of the ballsac. I was wondering if it was normal or if I should worry? I thought that they would just go away if they were poped or left alone. After his bath today I noticed more little white heads around the head of his penis.Please help
Asked On : Wed, 26 Jan 2011
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This is just normal accumulation of sebaceous glands. Not to worry. It is harmless and will disappear soon. Keep his hygiene well. The pimple can be shown to the Dermatologist to rule out certain infection.
Answered: Fri, 19 Aug 2011
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