i'm 15.from about the last 6 months i've been having these wierd like pimple things on either side of my testicles. not on the actual testicles but like, just to the side of them.it first happened once and that day i was really like, sore and felt really bad down there and i saw these red pimple things and put some band aids on em for about 2 days and then after that they just healed up.happened again a while after on the other side, and since then it's been happening regularly.i don't know what it is, right now, it doesn't hurt at all or anything, i change underpants everyday, wash VERY well at least once a day in the shower and i've never had any sexual contact before, ever.please tell me it's just from chaffing or something.
Something bit odd
Kinda sounds like prickly heat to me. Be sure to click on all the links for causes, symptoms and treatment in the link provided.
This redness comes from blood vessels in the area dilating to cool the skin down. Cooling the skin usually makes the rash disappear within hours, or even sooner. Prickly heat (miliaria rubra) is a type of heat rash that lasts. Here the pores of the sweat glands get plugged, resulting in tiny pink bumps or even water blisters. These bumps tend to show up on covered parts of the skin, especially where there is friction from clothing. The forehead (under caps or visors), body folds, the upper back and chest, and the arms are the most common locations. Prickly heat is most common when it is hot and humid, but it can also occur in overdressed infants even during the winter. Applying oils and ointments makes prickly heat more likely (and take longer to clear up). Often prickly heat itches, and older children describe a 'prickly' sensation. The rash can look quite similar to one caused by infected hair follicles (folliculitis), but if you look at the prickly heat bumps with a magnifying glass, no hair follicles will be seen. I've also seen the itchy bumps of prickly heat confused with chicken pox, or the rash from the chicken pox vaccine. Prickly heat is treated with gentle cleansing of the skin. I like using Stri-Dex Acne Medicated Sensitive Skin Pads; the salicylic acid helps to unplug the pores. Hydrocortisone cream (not ointment) can help with itching. Sometimes antihistamines are needed for the itching (and sleep). If the rash is infected, antibiotics may also be needed. With treatment, prickly heat should disappear within 2 or 3 days. An important note: fever can produce prickly heat, but is not caused by it - if your child has a fever, you still need to find the reason.
Does that sound as if it describes what you have?
yeah, that's a pretty good description.