What is Chancroid?
What are the symptoms?
How is it diagnosed?
How is it treated?
What can happen if it's not treated?
How many children are affected by this and are newborn babies affected, too?
I've been trying to find out what exactly is "normal" vaginal discharge. Do all women have some sort of discharge at various times through their cycle (at ovulation, for example)? When is a discharge something you should be concerned about, and go to see a health professional?
Is Viagra okay to use?
1) Dear Alice,
I have some small bumps near the base end of my penis and on my scrotum. The bumps do not look like herpes or genital warts. They look almost like goosebumps, but they are always there. I am still a virgin so I don't see how I could have an STD.
I would be thankful for any help or advice you can offer.
2) Dear Alice,
After examining my penis in the shower, I realized that I have small bumps (all the same size) on the bottom of my penis shaft. I am only 14 and am going thru puberty, so I want to know if the pubic hair grows onto the penis, or just stays on the bottom (mine are only on the bottom). I have never had sex so I know it cannot be an STD.
3) Dear Alice,
I am a 20-year-old male with a question. Since I can remember, I've had many bumps (small lumps under the skin) covering the underside shaft of my penis, as well as my scrotum. They are very similar to the bumps I've noticed on girls' nipples. When I went to the "Doc," I was told they were normal and fine. My question to you is: Exactly how "normal" are these bumps and how common? Do all males have them?
What is bacterial vaginosis? What are the signs and symptoms? And how can it be cured?