I went to my Urologist and she told me men occasionally gets this. Angiokeratoma of fordyce. I have around 6 or 7 on my left scrotum and maybe 1 or 2 on my right. It's really making me so self concious and I am wondering what can I do to treat it? I heard some certain laser, pulse , electric or something along those lines might help. I tried to drain it myself and it does work for a week or so and they come back. I know I might sound vain, but i'm despreate on getting these removed or at least stop it from getting more. So if anyone can give me some advice and where I can get these taken off? Also what causes it, I heard from people that men who wear penis/scrotum rings develops this .. I use to wear it but not anymore.. Please help, it looks ugly...
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