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Wound on scrotum, lumps on arm,forearm, looks like ulcer. What they can be?

Hi I have a wound on my scrotum - I began itching it 2days ago and last night when I itched I felt a wet sensation on my fingers, I observed my scrotum and it seemed liked a small ulcer 5mm wide on my scrotum Additionally, I have had a hypersensitivity reaction on my right arm to laundry gel containing methylchlorothiazolinone - where again 2 itchy lumps formed but again the skin has broken down into 2 large weeping ulcers on my upper arm and forearm - I don t know what they might be, all your advice would be greatly recieved thanks
Asked On : Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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Infectious Diseases Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to healthcaremagic.
The arm lesions may be due to hypersensitivity.
Reason for scrotal lesion may be 2. first is possible transfer of the allergen via your hand or some other articles. Second may be due to some fungal infections.
Visit your dermatologist. He will guide you through.
Thank you. All the best.
Answered: Fri, 2 Aug 2013
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