Ive had these some of these bumps for almost 2 months. At night, my genitals and body are very itchy. i only have bumps on my genitals though. is it possible to have a scabies infection in the genital area only? I did start to get some clear/skin colored bumps on my hand that would crack very soon. a day at most. thinking it wasn't warts. they've mostly subsided now. ive also started to develop new bumps on my penis and scrotum the last week. again, this all started 2 months ago. they look like red swollen bug bites. no blistering, cracking, or healing for that matter. some days they look more swollen and red than others, so they aren't persistent. ive seen 3 GPs, and been to urgent care, none of which had a clear diagnosis. I have a referral to a derm this week. what could this be? my head is also itchy and red..
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