Could be a Sebaceous Cyst.
Thanks for your query,based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have what is called as Sebaceous Cyst .However this can be confirmed only on clinical examination in person.
Skin at groin and genital area is rich in...
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Sebaceous cysts are common noncancerous cysts of the skin which contains liquid or semi-liquid material.They grow slowly and are not life threatening, but they may become uncomfortable if they go unchecked.
Sebaceous cysts develops if the gland or its duct become damaged or...
As per your case history of sebaceous cyst.
My treatment advice is -
1. Don't squeeze the lesion as it may worsen the condition.
2. Apply a mild antibiotic cream like fusiderm cream twice daily on it.
3. Only curative treatment is excision under local anesthesia done by a dermato-surgeon....
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I would like to reply as below:
1) Surgery is associated with risk of abortion due to surgical stress as well as drugs.
2) Try to postpone surgery with consultation of surgeon if possible.
If you have any further queries, let me know so...
I had recently noticed a pimple under my left testicle, it was a small one with white discharge. I squeezed it out, post which the entire thing is disappeared. Can you advice, if this is something very serious thing like STD?
Need examination and assessment,
Thank you for asking!
Something painless on the top of head with tight skin around is most likely a sebaceous cyst. Totally innocuous and nothing to worry about. A simple excision of the structure would help and suffice. Get to your...
Thanks for query .
Based on the fact that you have posted a small lump that you have on scrotal sac is Sebaceous Cyst as you have rightly thought for .
The scrotal skin is rich in sebaceous glands and hence prone to get more sebaceous cyst due to accumulation of sebum beneath the skin....
thanks for choosing health Care magic for consultation. I understand your pain and you worry about treatment.
If Patients with such complains come to me then I generally give
amoxicillin clavulanic acid 625 two times a day for 7 days
Pain killer containing serratiopeptidase and diclofenac...
Well, I'm really sorry to inform you that there must be something wrong with your discharging wound!
In my opinion there are two possibilities:
1. the sebaceous cyst has net been completely removed
2. some smaller cyst in the surrounding or early infection in the...