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Old 06-15-2012, 09:55 AM
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Hi all, I found this little growth on my scrotum about 2 years ago, I had it removed by a doctor (something I now know is not to smart) and it grew back it seems. I remeber he said it was nothing to worry about but I'm going to try some homemade cannabis extract on it and see what happens. I hate most conventional medicine and I really want to avoid going to "the doctors" again.

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It looks like a sebaceous cyst to me, they like to form in warm places.
Your sweat glands contain an oily substance which can block ducts. When oil accumulates & blocks the ducts, a bump will form because the oil has no where else to go. They're very common on the scrotum.
Your doc gave you good advice not to worry about it, but it doesn't hurt to keep an eye on it. However, I would be concerned if it takes on an irregular shape & gets larger.

The only other guess I would have is that it's an ingrown hair.. common when you manscape regularly
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ps. Keeping that area dry & cool/airy (perhaps change to loose cotton boxers if you wear knit undies). Aloe vera gel, straight from the plant, would be my choice. Its healing properties help numerous conditions.
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thanks a lot!!!! I really appreciate your response and I don't know if you are a doctor but going throught this nasty pic aswell, lol. Man it's great to be part of this forum! Well, it makes sense the doc diagnosed something else last time, some sort of std I think he came up with, but your diagnosis make much more sense. I will keep an eye and still try out the canna oil. Altough being cebaceus and and applying oil doesn't sound smart actually. Anyway I'm worryless now.

THANKS! and have a lovely evening!
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ps. Keeping that area dry & cool/airy (perhaps change to loose cotton boxers if you wear knit undies). Aloe vera gel, straight from the plant, would be my choice. Its healing properties help numerous conditions.
ok, great tips, I'll se if I can get some aloe! thanks!!!!
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It doesn't look like a sebacouse cyst to me. The skin on a CS looks just like normal skin. This skin is deformed. Not saying it is malignant but it is not of a normal skin teture nor color. Once a sebacous cyst is removed it usually does not return as the duct that collects up the matter is eliminated. Although others may form in the general area. There is a tendency for sebacous cysts to be from a predispositional family inheritance. They run in my husbands side of the family, but of course that is not always the case. They can come anywhere and I have seen them on the neck, the forearm, the temple, the penis, the the knee.

I assume that your doctor had the tissue tested when it was removed?

Also a sebecous cyst is under the skin..not of the skin. It is generally a hard nodule like a pea or marble.


I think the cannabis oil is a great idea. Are you making it according to Rick Simpsons recipe? It should take care of it but how to know unless you try. Please keep us informed. Are you just using topically or internally also? If I had access to RSO I would take it internally also to eliminate any cancer that might be brewing but as of yet undetected for a period of two months.
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It doesn't look like a sebacouse cyst to me. The skin on a CS looks just like normal skin. This skin is deformed. Not saying it is malignant but it is not of a normal skin teture nor color. Once a sebacous cyst is removed it usually does not return as the duct that collects up the matter is eliminated. Although others may form in the general area. There is a tendency for sebacous cysts to be from a predispositional family inheritance. They run in my husbands side of the family, but of course that is not always the case. They can come anywhere and I have seen them on the neck, the forearm, the temple, the penis, the the knee.

I assume that your doctor had the tissue tested when it was removed?

Also a sebecous cyst is under the skin..not of the skin. It is generally a hard nodule like a pea or marble.


I think the cannabis oil is a great idea. Are you making it according to Rick Simpsons recipe? It should take care of it but how to know unless you try. Please keep us informed. Are you just using topically or internally also? If I had access to RSO I would take it internally also to eliminate any cancer that might be brewing but as of yet undetected for a period of two months.
Agreed, you are right it's not normal skin, and no, the doctor did not test the tissue (see why I hate them) I'm not following rick simpsons recepie cause I don't know where to get the solvents and I don't know if I could do the whole procedure. What I'm doing is putting some resin I strained from bud in to some olive oil and will start applying it tonight. I was actually waiting for something like this to see if this works, as dumb as that sounds. A cancer brewing in my body is not a nice thing, but I'm not afraid of cancers, altough I havent had one either so who knows. I do vaporize cannabis quite frequently and I would think it has a small but real antitumoral effect. Anyway I will keep you guys posted on this little thing. Thanks a lot Arrowwind!
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on the other hand it does not look like cancer either but how to know unless it is tested.

Have you seen the videos on RSO on youtube? I think the solvent is not hard to get... dont remember exaclty what it is... but Im thinking isopropol alcohol.. but that may not be right. Youtube search rick simpson oil.

But what you are doing may work. They have found that even juicing cannabis leaves has a powerful healing capacity... you know, that stuff that most people throw away.
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A cancer brewing in my body is not a nice thing, but I'm not afraid of cancers, altough I havent had one either so who knows.

Okay, lets not get ahead of ourselves here! No sense worrying about something you may not even have

If sebaceous cysts only come in the smooth variety, maybe it's a seborrhoeic wart?
Pictures of seborrhoeic warts~
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on the other hand it does not look like cancer either but how to know unless it is tested.

Have you seen the videos on RSO on youtube? I think the solvent is not hard to get... dont remember exaclty what it is... but Im thinking isopropol alcohol.. but that may not be right. Youtube search rick simpson oil.

But what you are doing may work. They have found that even juicing cannabis leaves has a powerful healing capacity... you know, that stuff that most people throw away.
Juicing the leaves?! never heard of that! I had wondering for a long while if leafs are edible. Any link on that.

Yeah I'm trying out this oil now... see what happens, if not I found out there's a way using vodka, a sock and a rice cooker. Anyway, here are some more zoomed in pics to help diagnose this if you don't mind. Yes I think it could be a wart, man is this disgusting! I hope this zoomed in pics make you think of an alien world not an ugly wart. Thanks guyz!






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Okay, lets not get ahead of ourselves here! No sense worrying about something you may not even have

If sebaceous cysts only come in the smooth variety, maybe it's a seborrhoeic wart?
Pictures of seborrhoeic warts~
http://www.bing.com/images/search?q=...sp=-1&sk=#x0y0
oh! I couldn't be less worried now. I'm looking at this as an experiment and a learning experience. Thanks for the link, disgusting but it helps! yeah it could easily be a wart in my ignorant opinion. thanks!
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Now that it's been zoomed, it's interesting to see the texture and the bumps present in the surrounding skin, the scrotum does not have a normal texture.
hmm..

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I had a superficial spreading malignant melanoma removed in 88. You would NOT believe what THAT resulted in: Tried resizing and deleting this HHUMONGOUS pic. Help?
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What I had wanted to say but that picture takes up so much room, and I can't delete it - that I have been known to "burn" off moles/tags, lately. I do alot of chemical peels and have used tiny amounts of TCA over a period of time to eliminate lesions and things like that.

Of course yours is a tricky area for sure - but possibly have it frozen off by doctor? Takes a second, doesn't hurt at all and heals quick.
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I made it smaller, but it still can be made larger by clicking on the pic.
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