Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Wart Like Bumps On Stomach What Are The Bumps On My Lower Stomach Area?

What are the bumps on my lower stomach area? - wart like bumps on stomach

I did take a few shots (like blisters) on my lower region of the stomach, and itching and sometimes white, scab up, and. I'm not a virgin, but I've had sex with someone. That says a lot, but the point I'm really curious about is the fact that I have these bumps before I lost my virginity. I looked at the facts and the conclusion that I may have genital warts, but not too much. You leave and come back again. Not more than two at once. I must admit that although I was still a virgin expierence I touch the genitals, but the frequency with which you can do to create a disease? Well, if someone can answer me the best education, to really appreciate that ... Thank U God bless u all ..
-annonymous

7 comments:

imaspazz said...

Sounds like contact dermatitis. This can occur in any part of the body. In general, a reaction with some contact .... plant chemical lotions or I or detergents. I have the object of such a "real estate". I went through a period of up to each wrist, itching like crazy, Blister Pop was quickly (if you bite me like crazy), then dried. He would leave and return days, weeks, months later. I am now in my forearm or back. I would say that they are first and foremost as an area where no charachterized scaly or itchy blisters! I work in the emergency room, and that's what I say!

Erica F said...

Could it be warts ... You can hives from allergies, the equipment you get, do you use? I think that may spead warts, so if you are in the same area may not be the case.

Elwing1 said...

You know, this is not the best place to seek medical advice. Go to a doctor.

BUT ... not shave his pubic hair? What you describe is very similar to shaving strokes, and many people who "shaved down there" for them. They are especially cereals.

However ... the best source of medical advice is a medical person. Go to a doctor.

Elwing1 said...

You know, this is not the best place to seek medical advice. Go to a doctor.

BUT ... not shave his pubic hair? What you describe is very similar to shaving strokes, and many people who "shaved down there" for them. They are especially cereals.

However ... the best source of medical advice is a medical person. Go to a doctor.

James L said...

Do not you shave? If you shave the possibility that infected hair follicles is called folliculitis, what happened to me, if I can shave yours, well, not all infected hair follicles in the same time, get a couple here and there at random times, try your Skin peeling and see if the problem persists, see a dermatologist, I doubt it is an STD.

James L said...

Do not you shave? If you shave the possibility that infected hair follicles is called folliculitis, what happened to me, if I can shave yours, well, not all infected hair follicles in the same time, get a couple here and there at random times, try your Skin peeling and see if the problem persists, see a dermatologist, I doubt it is an STD.

Marie K said...

You should look for pictures of eczema and see if this

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