Hello I'm 24 years old, three days ago I found out that the skin on my testicles became red. There is no swelling and I feel no pain and no itching as well. The day before i found this problem i was riding a motorcycle the whole day and i thought it is caused by the uncomfortable seat. But the redness keeps progressing.
This is taken on the first day :


And this one i shot today:



Today I also found out red pimples on my penis, on the side that makes contact with the testicles.

No dermatologist works during the weekends in my hometown that is why I really need your help.
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replied May 3rd, 2014
Thank you for asking!
If you had no recent intimacy or unsafe sex than I am sure it is nothing to worry about. You recently traveled all day on the bike where scrotum is predisposed to such erythemas secondary to friction and compromised hygiene. All you need to do is modify toilet and coital habits. Use clean and dry underwear. Remove the hair from the groin and if need be apply some topical hydrocortisone gel it will help the redness and erythema. If the recent unsafe intimacy has occurred I would like You to seek an infectious disease specialist and and let him sort it out for you.
I hope it helps.
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