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    Red Bumps one large with green center
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    An_255039 posted:
    Over the last two days I began to notice the accumulation of red bumps on the skin above the penis. Today one grew considerably larger and formed a greenish center. There are several around the area (tenish) and I am afraid that they are all going to increase in size. Can anyone help me with what this may be?

    I do not have insurance, doctor, anything of the sort so I am left scoring google for the answers, which helps me very little.

    Below is a picture of the bumps
    Direct Link -> http://s24.postimg.org/oq4iazbph/testies.jpg

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    georgiagail responded:
    This looks like a irritated/infected hair follicle/sebaceous cyst. They will likely become more tender under they drain.

    Gail


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