When I pop them they bleed profusely and stopping the bleeding is difficult. I've got one that's been bleeding for about 30 minutes. Granted it's a small gusher, and if it couldn't be stopped, I'd be dead in a week or two. My real concern is, if these veins in my nut sack are weakening, why wouldn't the same think be happening in my brain. That bothers me but I don't want to tell my doctor I've popping these suckers on nut sack. Surely we have one vascular specialist on DL?
Yikes OP!!! Do you have health insurance?
If so, just bite the bullet and go to the Dr.
If not, google like hell and see what you can find out find!
Instead of making yourself bleed, maybe you should just leave them alone.
OP...I have the same thing--several small, but noticeable--almost like blood 'freckles' on my nut sac. I wouldn't call them blisters because they're not really raised above the skin surface, they're rather small although some are bigger than others, and they don't hurt--in fact, you don't feel anything like you would a blsiter.
However, I have poked a few now and them with a thin common pin to burst them--just to see if I could release the blood-sort of an attempt to drain the blood and have them heal with just smooth skin. And yes if you burst them, they bleed quite a lot and sometimes for a long time; smaller ones clot easily with not too much blood. These little blood freckles are also a bit more noticeable if you shave your balls and keep them smooth as I sometimes do. But, they don't get in the way or cause any kind of nicks when I'm shaving my balls with a razor.
One time a while ago, I asked my doctor about these blood freckles--and he said they are perfectly normal. Nothing to be worried about, but yes, they are a bit more noticeable on some guys' nut sacs versus other guys who have nothing. But rest assured, this is not any vascular disease--or anything else wrong for that matter.
Omg I just hurled.
I just can't understand how hemangiomas would be specific to a body part. That being my perspective, I've concerned about increased odds for stroke.
[quote] if these veins in my nut sack are weakening, why wouldn't the same think be happening in my brain
Frankly, it sounds like your brain was afflicted first.
They're not hemangiomas. There more like blisters, but filled with blood.
Mine went away when I started scrubbing my scrotum with a brush rather than a washcloth. (I gave up washcloths after a DL thread called to my attention that people thought them unsanitary, which had never occurred to be before, and my junk has actually never been cleaner.)
scrubbing your balls with a brush sounds painful.
Oh. That's NOT good...when does your annual subscription to Datalounge end?
R9 these are the same people who want you to wipe your ass with a cotton rag - that then sits in a bucket of bleach.
R9. Yours might not have been the same thing. These little blood spots are internal. You cannot scrub them off. Yours might have been some sort of external skin condition.
Can I have some of your stuff, OP?
It's called Angiokeratoma of the Scrotum. Photo at link (SFW) if you're interested (those are small, they get much larger).
Sadly, OP, it comes with age.
[quote]So it is not an STI?
No. It comes with age. Think liver spots or varicose veins, except on your scrotum.
Sucks to get old.
You have less than a week--certainly no more than a few days, OP. We will remember you.
Angiokeratoma of the Scrotum is my character name when I play World of Warcraft!
It looks like kapisarsrotum.
[quote]liver spots or varicose veins, except on your scrotum.
I wonder if I got them laying in the sun naked? I've gone to a nude beach for years, and I've been pretty careful about using sunscreen, but maybe I didn't apply enough to my nut sac.
that is not what mine look like, but it might be due to my skin being more flaccid. My red pools are part of a vein. the spots are areas of the vessel that appear to have weakened and allowed blood to pool. They are about the same size as the ones in the picture, but fewer and more dispersed. I'm not so sure we have a match.
I've noticed while dancing beneath a black light strobe they don't fluoresce. I think I may just quit shaving my pubes and fogeddaboutit.
[quote]scrubbing your balls with a brush sounds painful.
I use a wire bristle on mine.
[quote]I wonder if I got them laying in the sun naked? I've gone to a nude beach for years, and I've been pretty careful about using sunscreen, but maybe I didn't apply enough to my nut sac.
Imagine what the horror of your sunscreened sac did to the eyes of any unfortunate who encountered such a sight. Think of them!
I wouldn't do that, Miss Crawford. I think that's how my problems started.
OP/R23. The photo showing the condition and your actual ball sac might not be an identical match, but everyone may be slightly different.
Your condition might still be the same as what appears to be diagnosed as angiokeratoma of the scrotum; however, perhaps on you, it just manifests itself to look slightly different than the photo.
You in danger, girl!
[quote]that is not what mine look like, but it might be due to my skin being more flaccid. My red pools are part of a vein. the spots are areas of the vessel that appear to have weakened and allowed blood to pool.
I posted a very tame photo in an attempt to keep it from being NSFW. Google "blood blisters on scrotum" or "Angiokeratoma of the Scrotum" and I'm confident you'll see something that matches your condition.
Just be ready. The results go downhill with a quickness.
An aside--do you happen to ride a bicycle or a motorcycle a lot? I've often wondered if that might be a factor.
Thanks r30, I will check for the more graphic pictures.
I am more often ridden like a motorcycle or bicycle than actually riding one. I haven't had a motorcycle since 1990.
Not being sarcastic, just trying to provide a chuckle in return for your appreciated help.
All of this expert advice has saved me a doctor's visit and that about 140.00 dollars not to mention any possible treatment and prescription with follow up visit costing the same.
I now know I shouldn't worry and even understand how I may utilize self treatment so they won't fall off.
I will never again be so cavelier about throwing my nut sack over my shoulder when using a public restroom. I have gained new respect for their sensitivity even though they serve no real purpose anymore.
Happy it worked out for you OP.
I have them; I like rough ball play.
Every few years I take one of those pinpoint Bovie cauterizers and close them up.
That a some topical lidocaine.
OP here, my balls are just window dressing so they'll know I'm male when I die. I had prostate surgery some years ago so my balls have just hung around for the remaining ride.
Thanks for the cauterize suggestion. That would solve the problem of their profuse bleeding when they are popped. In my case, I would never know I have those little hematomas except for having too much time to kill.
ihave them i am 57 and 7 years ago i went to the cock doc at kaiser and he said live with it, they get bigger with age from just a spot to a raised spot and when i am stressed they get bigger and hurt. i have cut them to drain them, i noticed they have fibers inside of them like a hemroid does and it is the same blood makes the fibers, the fibers is the blood trying to fix the week vessel
OP: First, never keep anything from your doctor that you are concerned about. Believe me, he's heard it all and then some. Second, stop popping that shit on your nuts. Just stop.
The most common cause for these blisters is shaving with a bad/cheap razor, this in turn takes of a very thin layer of skin over tiny blood vessels that are near the surface of the skin in turn when this thin layer of skin repairs itself the blood from the end of the vessel gathers there. This is still circulating blood unlike that of a normal bloodblister which is why if they burst they may bleed a while. Totally nothing to worry about, some may go with time but may stay with you for life. So may want to think of them as a personalisation mark a living tattoo.
What R5. said. I have too and have had them for many years even as a younger guy. They're harmless and a bit more noticeable if you shave your balls. They can bleed like a mother if you pop them. And sticking a little common pin in your sac hurts.
I don't know how you walk around with those things.
OP, and anyone else who indulges, please stop sticking them with pins or bursting them in other ways. You are far more likely to develop an infection from doing that, than you will if you leave them alone. Plus, that area is loaded with millions of tiny veins, so they will bleed A LOT. The last thing you'd want is an infection down there. Pus, etc. swelling, pain, and finally...amputation.
[quote]but may stay with you for life. So may want to think of them as a personalisation mark a living tattoo.
What kind of doctor are you: one who administers to the POOR?
OP: just make booking at the best skin clinic in your city. A dermatologist will laser them completely for you in a few minutes. If you feel embarrassed, make the initial booking to attend to capillaries on your shaving line and then extend the conversation.
I go to a perfectionist who knows I insist on being fucking flawless, and he even zaps teeny unseen capillaries behind my ears!
satins drug cause this
Are these the same things that Bill Cosby has all over his face?
At least your not trying to remove them with a wire brush and shaving with a cut throat razzor!
You young wipper snappers have never heard of a styptic pencil?