I have been having these red bumps under my scrotum area for years now. These red bumps or bubble shape filled with blood only appears on the skin area and not beneath it. It looks similar to molluscum contagiosum but much more blood filled. It doesnt hurt, itch, or breaks out in pus. I tried popping them but once i popped them its just blood that oozes out. So I figured its nothing to worry about. But its been years now, the red bumps doesnt seem to go away. Its not white or any other color but red. It looks like little red dots that bump up and some bumps are more redder than others. I really dont know what it is. Ive been trying to figure what it is for a while now and ive been reading and reading but none matches what I got. Only similar situations but nothing really close to mines.
have no fear man :) I dont know what they are called but you dont have herpes ... I have exactly the same thing ... they are harmless ... they dont grow ... they dont go away ... they just stay there ... the blood vessels expand and form those things, if you were to pop one it will slowly keep bleeding then heal and fill with blood again ... BUT let me know if there is a way to get rid of them :)
bluemonarch...or anyone else thats interested about those black/red blisters that bleed when popped.
i just got done digging for the last three hours and totally flipped at what i found out. iff you have alot of gas after meals, diarrhea, etc.. etc.. think lactose intolerant. yeahh i know ,your thinking whatt does that have to do with the black blisters. too much to go into, but that was the bottom line! if not then viral gastroenteritis can cause those things. if you want to dig yourself,start with fucosidosis/deficiency of beta-galactosidase. all the research i did came up with: a.c.vinegar,fish oil, acidophilus/bulgar/strep(types of probiotics), and lactaid pills. like i said...dig on the internet and start with the above sentence fucosidosis/def. of b-galactosidase. thats a beginning to something really eye opening. good luck!
I have this same thing and the only thing about my is some times they bust open
and bleed I have tried every thing but go to a doctor. have you found any way to get rid of the red bumps i have even tried laying out in the sun. If you a have any helpful news please pass it on Thank you 129345
I have the same thing and I only have them on the left side, when I dry off with a towel and hit them they bust and bleed. I ahve been to two different doctor's one said it was from lifting to mush weight and the other said I have a skin dissorder and that was it he didnt say what you can do for it or nothing. He just giggled about it and said you will be fine your balls wont fall of.
i have like that but white filled and many. they came after a long time. like that i have on my below my niple where my girl had kissed me and being infected. it can be a warts very contagious with liquid. you must have used the condom but for the scotum no protection. doctors tell you to use condom but it is a mind setting to more epedimy. they don't tell that you should not lick a cant or a glans.
The clinical diagnosis is angiokeratoma of the scrotum, also known as angiokeratoma of Fordyce or Fordyce angiokeratoma. They are typically asymptomatic, 2–5 mm in size, blue to red papules. There may be a scaly surface. It is a relatively common condition and is more prevalent among people older than 40 years. Histologically there are
dilated ectatic capillaries with epidermal hyperplasia.
People may worry about sexually transmitted disease especially if it bleeds after sexua| activity. Solitary thrombosed angiokeratoma may appear like melanoma.
There are four clinical types: angiokeratoma of Fordyce, sporadic angiokeratoma, angiokeratoma circumscriptum and Fabry disease(angiokeratoma corporis diffusum). Except for Fabry disease, they are harmless. Fabry disease is a rare serious inherited metabolic disorder with widespread angiokeratoma and it may be associated with systemic involvement including renal failure, heart failure, strokes
and, corneal opacities. Patients with Fabry disease may also report lancinating limb pain.It is most commonly found on the scrotum. There may be a few to many (>100) lesions. They may also be found on the shaft of the penis,
labia majora of the vulva, inner thigh and lower abdomen.
The patient should be reassured about the benign nature. Most lesions are harmless and require no treatment. Treatment options include removal by electrocautery, cryotherapy or laser. Diagnostic skin biopsy should be considered if the lesion resembles melanoma.