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Is it normal to have red scrotum ?

22, 5 8, 130 lbs and always been healthy. Hello how sit going, first i would like to state im kind of a hypocondriac and sometimes i exagerate too much on things. as long as i can remmember ive always had kind of a red scrotum , more red on the left than on right, no pain, (i remmember just quick pains when i was 14 and going through puberty which i think was normal) but as of right now no discomfort, no itch, no pain, no swelling, no lumps etc.. suddenly after 8 years i just noticed the redness again and started getting worried just like when i was 14 yet i know ive had that redness but i dont know if its more red or the same. i was fine until i noticed that redness again which i think its normal. therefore i want to ask if it is normal to have it that way? it has never bothered me. thank you in advance
Sun, 19 Jun 2011
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Hello and welcome to healthcare magic forum.
If you dont have any pain or any other discomfort then you need not to worry for this redness as it can be an idiopathic one. Although you can visit a surgeon to clear your doubts.
Best wishes for your health.
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