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Hi I had dermatographic urticarial, its goes away as we get older and I'm now coming up to 69.As for you other little problem you find its your...
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Hi your find all us guys are just the same as you, its so it hangs lower so they fit when we cross our legs.So your just normal. OKGood Luck
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Check it again dude, don't risk it.
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Check it out, never hurts. Better safe then sorry.
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It is likely just a cyst.  They feel just like you describe, small, often rubbery, ovoid, moveable.  They usually don't hurt. ...
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Hi Have you tried icing it, see how that goes it should help reduce it, try doing 3 times a day for 20 minutes, if its not getting it down then go...
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Not usually a big deal.
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Is lump warm and or red? Be on the safe side and see a doctor immediately. Could be a blood clot.
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Hi Its a lymph gland its got blocked so its swelling up, go see your doctor ASAPGood Luck
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Hi best you see your own doctor and get it looked at, could be a bite or a hair follicle gone bad, or a good old boil, this why you have a doctor...
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Probably an abcess or boil. Use warm compresses to try to get it to pop, if you are unable to get it to head to pop get to a doctor as they will have...
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Friday - I was traveling on a plane for 8 hours while on the plane the little red area swelled and started hurting very tender to the touch, still...
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You Dad may need to see a proctologist (a surgeon who specializes in hemorrhoids and other rectal disorders). Topical creams only do so much...
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Hi With something like that and you do need to be on the safe, so yes please do see your doctor on gyno.As this would be for your own good, forget...
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You can take care of all of the issues by seeing a dermatologist. The "lump" may be a sebaceous cyst (blind guess) that can be surgically...
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