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Scrotum has boils and spreads. What are they?

recently developed small boils in my scrotum and adjoining thigh where scrotum touches my thigh. have fear if it is spreading. at present i have say 4 such boils in my scrotum and on my thigh. Is it some kind of sexual disease. Kindly advice. i feel shy to show to doctor or fear if he says it is veneral disease. in another 2 and a half month i am suppost to go for vocation. That is another fear that i may spread to my wife aswell. Kindly advice doctor
Asked On : Sat, 25 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
hi im dr satya
welcome to health care magic
regarding your condition boils over the skin of scrotum may be a reaction to candidial infection also called id reaction.
please use medications after consulting your dermatologist and most likely the possibility of sexual disease is less.
treatment in the early phase is good.
thank you
take care and fell free to contact

Answered: Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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