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Pain in Perineal Raphe, uncomfortable, raised from anus to scrotum. Treatment?

I have pain in/on my Perineal Raphe. I noticed it 3 days ago after working out. It feels raised and some what inflamed. It doesn't burn but it is uncomfortable to sit. I looked at it in a mirror and it is raised a bit and I can feel it raised from my anus to my scrotum. I've never felt anything like this before and never had any problems with my Perineal Raphe. Wondering what I should do for the discomfort.
Asked On : Fri, 11 Oct 2013
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Hi, as you describe it is a boil, it may grow in size, burst and become an abscess. So i advise you to consult a surgeon for diagnosis and treatment. The surgeon will give a small incision, drain the pus, and pack it so that it may heal quickly. Other wise the pain is increased and it will take long time to heal. Thank you.
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