Can somebody tell me what this is?

  • coriandoli

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    Mar 21, 2017 6:07 AM GMT
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    I haven't been sleeping around. I've had one partner in the last year!
    But i've been going more to a gym, and i got some of these on my privates.
    Now it's going up my arms. They are different sizes like the little ones you see.
    And the big one at the top is about as big as they get.
    My friend says i have a staph infection, but she's not a doctor. She just says you can get that at the gym really easy.
    They're not itchy. They're just multiplying. And I don't know what it is!!

    Can anybody with experience with this thing tell me what it is, and how to make it go away?

  • Tread

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    Mar 21, 2017 6:39 AM GMT
    I would advice you to go to the doctor and let her/him look at it.
    I have no idea what it is, but if it's on your willy as well, then I would be running to the docs right away.
    Good luck with it.
  • jocked_and_lo...

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    Mar 21, 2017 8:26 AM GMT
    Yes, go see a doctor. I wonder if it's some time of fungal outbreak.
  • jocked_and_lo...

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    Mar 21, 2017 9:39 AM GMT
    NOLAman1977 said
    MuchoMasQueMusculo saidYes, go see a doctor. I wonder if it's some time of fungal outbreak.


    Yes, wasn't there a recent thread about a deadly fungal infection going around?


    You are sooo bad! icon_lol.gif The fungal outbreak that you're referring to is mostly septic in nature and is more commonly caught by people in hospitals in intensive care and for the most part, are people who are very sick with existing grave medical conditions.
  • transient

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    Mar 21, 2017 12:50 PM GMT
    Is it dry and cracking? Possibly Psoriasis?

    Is it growing slowly larger, wider and red at the edges? Possibly Ringworm (bacteria infection).

    Go to the doctor or phamrnacy.

    If its bacterial or fungal a good natural remedy is teatree oil, patuli oil and lavender oils mixed into olive oil.

    Goodluck.
  • jocked_and_lo...

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    Mar 21, 2017 1:18 PM GMT
    Ringworm is fungal, not bacterial.
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    Mar 21, 2017 5:34 PM GMT
    Sometimes, a scraping needs to be done to determine exactly what it is.
    So go seek your medical practitioner.
  • coriandoli

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    Mar 22, 2017 5:47 AM GMT
    i can go to the doctor this week and let everybody know what she tells me, so that you can have this information too.
    i thought i might ask you guys first in case it was something that you guys recognized right away and could tell me what to do.
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    Mar 22, 2017 12:26 PM GMT
    google basal cell, go to the doctor. put a band aid on it soaked with organic apple cider vinegar for a few days.
  • jocked_and_lo...

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    Mar 22, 2017 3:36 PM GMT
    coriandoli saidi can go to the doctor this week and let everybody know what she tells me, so that you can have this information too.
    i thought i might ask you guys first in case it was something that you guys recognized right away and could tell me what to do.


    Please let us know when you find out. I am curious.
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    Mar 22, 2017 5:36 PM GMT
    Obviously it's a brain tumor. Although why you're getting them on your arm and privates is puzzling. A paste made from lard and Drain-O will soon fix it.

    (Hopefully the above will be recognized as sarcasm and a cautionary example of why you shouldn't ask for medical advice on forums.)
  • coriandoli

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    Mar 23, 2017 1:46 AM GMT
    MuchoMasQueMusculo said
    coriandoli saidi can go to the doctor this week and let everybody know what she tells me, so that you can have this information too.
    i thought i might ask you guys first in case it was something that you guys recognized right away and could tell me what to do.


    Please let us know when you find out. I am curious.


    Ok I will
  • Webster666

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    Mar 23, 2017 6:41 AM GMT
    There's NOTHING that a doctor hasn't seen before.
    The sooner you go to a doctor, the sooner it will be gone.
    GO.
  • buddycat

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    Mar 23, 2017 8:08 AM GMT
    Herpes?



    Just kidding go to the doctor.
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    Mar 23, 2017 7:28 PM GMT
    It's psoriasis.
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    Mar 23, 2017 7:32 PM GMT
    YVRguy saidIt's psoriasis.

    The heartbreak of psoriasis.
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    Mar 23, 2017 7:37 PM GMT
    How appropriate: the article extols the benefits of exercise for it.

    DONT SCRATCH IT!! It can spread or get infected. Put a moisturizer like Polysporin on it.
  • coriandoli

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    Mar 24, 2017 3:49 PM GMT
    The doctor said he doesn't know.
    he told me to get sulfur soap and an anti fungus cream.

    I'll let you guys know what happens.
    I have about 40 of them now
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    Mar 24, 2017 4:23 PM GMT
    coriandoli said
    The doctor said he doesn't know. he told me to get sulfur soap and an anti fungus cream.

    I'll let you guys know what happens. I have about 40 of them now

    Your primary doctor should refer you to a dermatologist. Return and request it. ASAP!
  • barefootlover

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    Mar 25, 2017 1:09 AM GMT
    If the doctor told you to just put some antifungus cream on it, it's nothing serious. I use to get spots like that all the time from wrestling mats that are not properly sanitized. You are probably getting this fungus from your gym. Tell your gym that they need to sanitize their gym more. It's no more serious then athlete's foot but it can cause a lot of itching and if you itch it, it can get infected. You should not go to the gym, until you get it cleared up or you are just spreading it to others.
  • barefootlover

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    Mar 25, 2017 1:21 AM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal saidObviously it's a brain tumor. Although why you're getting them on your arm and privates is puzzling. A paste made from lard and Drain-O will soon fix it.

    (Hopefully the above will be recognized as sarcasm and a cautionary example of why you shouldn't ask for medical advice on forums.)


    He probably got it on his cock because he was itchy them and then jerked off before washing his hands. A skin fungus like that will spread, if you itch it and then touch other parts of your body.
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    Mar 25, 2017 4:23 AM GMT
    It looks like a weird red itch scalp, or a Red dot pimple or psoriasis, i don't think it's an STD related.
    Maybe get some over the counter Anti-Biotic, anti-fungal cream and treat it properly. As for your private lol,
    do the same thing. But consult your personal doctor and show him. Um, if western medicine fails or they don't know,
    consider asking a Chinese/Eastern doctor/Herbalist, my ex did that.
  • coriandoli

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    Mar 25, 2017 7:20 AM GMT
    The cream called nystatin.
    It was 49$.. ill let you guys know
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    Mar 25, 2017 6:18 PM GMT
    coriandoli saidThe doctor said he doesn't know.

    If your doctor really said he doesn't know then art_deco is right; you should see a dermatologist. Unfortunately doctors are under pressure from the insurance companies to reduce their referrals to specialists.

    Several years ago I had weird big faint red spots on my arms and legs. They didn't itch or anything. My doctor told me to put cortisone cream on it. I told a friend about how I was bothered by his diagnosis (my doctor also didn't know). My friend told me her theory with doctors is to go to one in a high income neighborhood since the people living there don't take crap from wishy washy doctors, so I changed doctors. With my new doctor it was as she said, as soon as the new doctor saw it she said she had no idea and referred me to a dermatologist. (Which outcome was sort of comical in a dark humor sort of way. He cut out a piece of my skin and sent it to a pathologist but warned me that a regular pathologist would be unlikely to find anything and that I should pay to have a derm pathologist look at it, but I was house broke at the time and didn't do that. And as he said the regular pathologist didn't find anything. So the dermatologist prescribed cortisone cream. icon_lol.gif Which I rarely used and the spots went away on their own.)
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    Mar 25, 2017 6:32 PM GMT
    Your doctor said he doesn't know??? Dude, get to a dermatologist. Looks like ringworm but there's no telling until you see a qualified doctor.