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White spots on the scrotum, reddish flaky spots. Genital warts? Had unprotected sex in the past

On my scrotum I have what appears to be white spots which sometimes turn to be red flaky spots, When its white it appears to have the same description as genital warts . When i itch them the bits fall off and its normal until they come back. I m 15 and i only had sex once with a girl last year around June. I would go to a doctor but I cannot tell my parents that I had sex because i come from a background where sex before marriage is unacceptable. this seems to be a minor case as they are small but would they go away when they re untreated?
Asked On : Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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Hi
Most probable diagnosis in your case is Calcified Sebaceous cysts.They occur where hairs are present.
Nothing to worry.Its a very minor case.
This condition has no relation to sex.You can tell about the scrotal lesions to your parents.
If at all its a Calcified sebaceous cyst,there is no permanent treatment.The scrotal tissue has to be excised if the lesions become large,multiple and not falling spontaneously.
But,please consult your Dermatologist/General surgeon and take opinion
All the best
Regards
Answered: Tue, 22 Jan 2013
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