5:00 pm - 10/21/2009

Scrotum wart or pimple?

Today is my mans birthday so I was giving him a full body massage. Once I reached his scrotum I noticed a raised white bump. At first glance it appeared to be a pimple. A closer second look and I thought maybe it's a wart.

Can men get pimples on their testicles? In the 2 years we've been dating, he never has before so it seems kind of odd. I tried to pop it (bad probably) with a pin needle but it hurt him obviously being poked there and all I got out of it was a very very small amount of clear fluid.

I tried to find photos online of what it may look like but all I could find were wart cluster pictures. He only has one. As I said, it's a raised white bump.

Any ideas? I'm afraid to have sex with him now til it has time to disappear or something. So much for birthday booty.
atalanta0jess 22nd-Oct-2009 12:22 am (UTC)
as far as I know, warts don't look much like pimples at all. A small white bump sounds basically like normal skin variation - could be a small pimple, a blocked pore, and a whole bunch of other things. I personally wouldn't give it a second thought.
queensugar 22nd-Oct-2009 12:39 am (UTC)
Same here. If it popped and fluid came out, it's not a wart. Anyway, blocked oil glands or hair follicles are pretty common in that area.
gigglebug69 22nd-Oct-2009 01:53 am (UTC)
It didn't pop, per se. I could take a needle and scratch the surface of any part of my skin and a bit of clear liquid would come out. I'd say that's the exact same thing that happened with his bump.

I'm just extremely paranoid and always assume the worst.
brooklebee 22nd-Oct-2009 05:32 am (UTC)
Really? You must be very well-hydrated. I don't think that would happen to me.
gigglebug69 22nd-Oct-2009 06:38 am (UTC)
lol Yeah, I only drink water and lots of it.
jetaimemoncheri 22nd-Oct-2009 12:42 am (UTC)
Sounds like a pimple. One can get a pimple anywhere they have pores. =)

I have to laugh at the vision of you giving him a sexy rubdown and then, "Ooh! A pimple! Lemme pop it!" *stabs with a needle* Hahaha.

The other day my guy and I were taking a sexy shower together and I was rubbing him down and suddenly was like, "Wow, where did all these pimples on your butt come from! I could play connect the dots with this shit!" Needless to say it killed the mood. ;)
gigglebug69 22nd-Oct-2009 01:48 am (UTC)
lol Well your vision is completely accurate. That's exactly how it went. haha. I'm bad about that.
smokyvelvet 22nd-Oct-2009 05:39 am (UTC)
I so do this to my husband. I'll be rubbing his back and all of a sudden popping or squeezing something. I think it freaks him out a little sometimes, haha.
painted_dreams 22nd-Oct-2009 01:21 am (UTC)
Easy way to soothe your mind is to take him to get tested.
gigglebug69 22nd-Oct-2009 01:52 am (UTC)
Nah, he won't go for that. He's already not letting me look at it and pushes me away. He told me i'm "not allowed to ask anyone about it." And he wants to "inspect my junk to see if i've got anything funky going on." His words.

I don't. I'm STD free. He thinks that because he hasn't had sex with anyone else in a long time that he is too, I had to inform him numerous times that it could lay dormant for years.

He's a nutcase and very touchy about that kind of thing. But i'm like excuse me for being cautious. I'd like to know if the person I am having sex with possibly has any STDs.

Oh well. I'm laying off the sex til it clears up at least just for peace of mind.

Thanks for the reply.
goddessdeath 22nd-Oct-2009 02:27 pm (UTC)
Just a little bit of additional info though...if he has warts, and you've been having sex with him all this time, even if he hasn't had visible ones, you have already been exposed. It's possible that IF he does have HPV, that you could possibly have it as well. Condoms don't totally protect against HPV or herpes (they help, but since they don't cover the entire genital region, there's still skin-to-skin contact). Just keep that in mind.

I know that a lot of guys hate doctors and all that, but you have every right to want to know his STD status. Just like he has the right to know yours. I don't know what to tell you to encourage him to be tested though. Just be proactive for yourself at least.
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