Testicle black spot angioma a mole on the bral
Q: I’m a married man in his 40s. It’s been a few years since the testicles were formed, and there are several small black bural dots that protrude slightly. It’s about 20. It’s a color similar to blood bruises.
I was wondering what this was, so I took one out and it was bleeding a lot. I don’t have any symptoms, do you need treatment?
A: Appears to be testicular angioma. Angioma, where blood vessels are abnormally clumped and the skin surface protrudes or are touched like lumps, can occur not only in the testicles but also in other parts of the body parts. You don’t need to treat this black spot, but if you don’t want to see it and it bothers you, you can simply remove it with a laser procedure. Don’t worry.
However, there is a possibility that the black spots on the testicles are not just hemangioma, but testicular sebaceous cysts, humps, warts, and gonorrhea.
In particular, if the mole is badly protruded, and if it is itchy or full of secretions, you may doubt the gonji. If it’s a post-sex symptom, it’s more likely.
If the number increases, the area of infection can widen, so you should visit the hospital and get treatment as soon as possible.