This question was answered on Fri 16, Jan 2009 01:50am by Dr Prithvirajan, MD

my boyfriend has a pussy area near his tail bone. It has been bothering him for about 3 weeks now, b

    
Asked by Unregistered on Thu 15, Jan 2009 03:53pm

my boyfriend has a pussy area near his tail bone. It has been bothering him for about 3 weeks now, but it recently swole up. what could it be?

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Answer by Dr Prithvirajan, MD  on Fri 16, Jan 2009 01:50am:

Hi, how are you doing today ? As for your question , it could be a simple cyst or may be a myelocyst depending on the duration and age of onset or it may be just an infected boil or lipoma or dermoid , etc. So don?t beat around the bush ,go meet a surgeon and get it examined and let him confirm the diagnosis and start the treatment promptly and as required. Hope this clears out your question, hope to converse with you again. Have a nice day.
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