2 wks back.. I saw a white small bump on Scrotum, looks like those bumps u see at the end of the pubic hair so I didnt bother much.
So after all these while I start to worried that it's a wart.. it looks round and smooth but hard to really see if it has warts look-alike as the size is like 1 ~ 1.5mm only.
(then I suspect its a skin tag as I once manage to tear off one near the same area.. but its too white and flat to be one)
So everytime I am in the loo, I tend to squeeze it to see what happens.. and today it popped and some very little white stuff came off, little bid of blood too after that... and now the pump is gone with only a tiny small scar.
(looks similar to the stuff i always popped out from my arm... i wonder if its the same stuff???)
Thks aunt jess..u been great help and i apologize in advance for this long post (just want to close the case and stop annoying you :) )
Just to make sure its not warts..I like to update situation and ask this:
- After poping out the white (thick n concentrated) liquid as posted earlier.. it got rather red and I still see there's some very little of these white stuff left, but I didnt dare to squeeze it further as it started to burn slightly;
- I applied some anti-rash lotion, thinking it might help and if it does not I will get it chk out by a doctor next week;
- HOWEVER..last night after returninig home late I checked the spot again and see that the remaining "white stuff" is almost coming off, so I just rub it a bit and it came off easily...
Now, its flat.. with a small red circle measuring ard 3mm and this redness probably due to me squeezing it the other day.
QUESTION: I dont think its genital warts, agree? i mean.. as mentioned theres not such white stuff/pus for warts.. AND i dont think warts its that easy to get rid off, isn't it?
As I type this.. the pain is almost all gone.. the redness is getting less.. i fear even if I go to the doctor later this week, I have nothing to show him/her beside them accusing me of wasting their time :)
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