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Red spot on penis, just above testicles, no itching or pain. Causes for symptoms?

hello, i have a red spot on the lower part of my penis on the outside. It s just above my testicles. It was just a normal white looking spot on my penis which i have quite a lot of. They never hurt or itch or anything. This one got bigger and has now turned red? it hurts when i push it? it might just be a normal spot? Can you help please?
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query. Based on the fact that you have posted it appears to be a sebaceous cyst.The scrotal skin has large number of sebaceous glands compared to rest of the body hence it this site is more prone to get sebaceous cyst . normally it occurs due accumulation of sebaceous material due to blockage of the sebaceous duct.Since it has become red and tender indicating infection it need s to be treated with antibiotics and anti inflammatory drugs like Diclophenac twice daily.If does not subside you have to get it excised in Toto by a surgeon.
Answered: Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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