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A Hard Bump On The Buttocks
My niece is almost 2 months old and has a large hard bump above her buttocks but below her spine. What could this be?
Maybe a birth defect: It may be a birth defect that needs evaluation, so the parents most likely have already taken the baby to the specialists. If not, a pediatrician is the doctor to start with, who can then refer to specialists as needed. ...Read more
My boyfriend gets these hard, cyst looking bumps on his buttocks & thighs. Some are painful. Hes 22 6'3 260lbs healthy. What could these be?
Skin bumps: Likely he has hair follicles that accumulate skin oil. These can swell and become inflamed. Other possibilities include adipose breakdown with scars or fibromas. Perhaps a PCP could take a look ...Read more
5-10 large, hard, very itchy bumps on buttocks to outer skin near vagina. no drainage. not sexually active. had them 2 months ago, went away, now back?
I have bumps in the crack of my buttocks and they can be itchy at times. I can feel them when I shower and they seem to be hard and getting more.
Have a hard purple pimple on my buttocks for a few days. How do I take care of this? Doesn't hurt, no puss just hard bump.
Do nothing: If it is due to minor trauma it will reabsorb itself. However, other conditions may mimic a small bleed for the untrained person. If other ones appear or does not go away have it check by a qualified physician. ...Read more
Do I have herpes, I have a weird rash down there, around buttocks, itchy anus, red testicles, the bumps are hard to touch, no sore, blisters or ulcers?
I have a hard purple bump on my lower buttock. At times it flares up, gets really big, itchy & painful. It's been there for years! any ideas?
Ouch: This may be a cyst. Please have it medically evaluated. ...Read more
I often get a red bump on my left buttock. Always near the same spot. It's hard and very itchy. Could it be something in my blood?
Recurrent skin bump: Any thing in your blood would be more generalized and occur over a larger surface. This recurrent bump may be an inclusion cyst or ingrown hair or blocked pore. If it is tender, or fluctuant it may need to be drained or surgically removed. I recommend seeing a dermatologist when the bump is present. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, two days ago I discovered a dime size bump (fairly hard) between my lower back/upper rt buttock cheek, causing mild pain and is red on outter skin?
Folliculitis?: Could be mild bacterial infection with staph. There are other possibilities amd the description is not enough. An antibacterial soap, over the counter acne creams containing benzoyl peroxide will help if it si bacterial. If it is persistent see a dermatologist for proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more