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Bump Between Butt
Large, painful bump between butt cheeks, right at top of butt. Red with white dot in center. Slowly leaking pinkish fluid. Extremely painful. What is?
Hard boil like bump between butt cheeks near anus. It's a bit sore had a small white head but nothing came out and the lump is huge. Appeared in a day. What is it?
I have a bump between my butt cheeks and wondered since I can't see it how do I treat it? Its very painful!
Might need draining: Today, i'd suggest treating it by soaking several times in a hot bath tub. The heat will help. But, if it doesn't open and drain on its own, you will want an appointment with your doctor asap to get it drained or evaluated. ...Read more
I have had bumps between my butt cheeks for about two and a half months now, what is wrong with me? How do I fix it?
Many possibilities.: Could be warts, or a multitude of other things. Let your doctor or a dermatologist examine you, make a proper diagnosis, and prescribe appropriate treatment. ...Read more
I have four open sores and three little bumps in between my butt, what could it be and how can I get them removed?
Hi I have a painful/tender white bump in between my butt:/vagina area. I have had this for several weeks about 4. It alternates between sore/not?
Bartholin gland: Sounds like swelling of your Barholin gland. ...Read more
I have a pimple like bump in between my butt and vagina. I wear tight jeans occasionally. When will it go away?
Cyst: Sounds like a cyst. Has it been there a long time? Does it come and go? Any other locations? If it is just one location and has been there a while, likely a cyst. If painful and new, I worry about a boil from mrsa, a resistant bacteria. I would get it checked if painful. Gynecology to remove it surgically. ...Read more
I have a bump rite between my butt cheeks its by anal. I don't know if its a zit but everytime I sit are walk it hurts really bad & causes discomfort.?
Growth: Please have it evaluated by a physician as it could be a cyst, wart, mole or some other type of growth. ...Read more
4-5 tiny bumps in crease between butt/thigh and vagina. DO NOT inch or burn. Do not grow or multiply. Been 2 weeks. Cysts? Clogged glands? STD?
Here are some…: The surest way to help you is to seek professional evaluation and counseling timely - right at the time of seeing such lesions. Although online chat is convenient, oftentimes, it's still like a guessing game, which may Inadvertently incite more anxiety and confusion than help., collect & bring the symptoms & signs with their sequence of events to Dr. For analysis, exam, and possible test. ...Read more
Many possibilities: There are many types and causes of skin rashes. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Maybe folliculitis: If a person is getting bumps or sores on the buttocks, a primary care doctor or a dermatologist (skin doctor) can check to see if there is acne or a bacterial infection such as folliculitis. If there is an infection, oral antibiotics may be needed. If the doctor thinks there is some other problem such as herpes or MRSA (an antibiotic-resistant skin infection), different treatments may be needed. ...Read more
Growing?: Hard to say without examining you. Possibilities include fatty tumors (benign), cysts, abscesses? Calcified lesions? Cancer is very rare but not impossible. If it has not changed over many years it is probably benign (not cancer). If it is growing rapidly you should have it seen asap. The "hard" part worries me. See your md. A biopsy will tell you for sure. ...Read more
Hemorrhoid: It's probably a hemorrhoid. You can use preparation h to make it shrink. ...Read more
I have 3 little white bumps around my butt hole what could it be. ..And what can I do about this?
They could be:
Hemorrhoidal "tags" tiny remnants of prior hemorrhoids! If so, they will eventually go away! Sitz baths may helps and be sure to get them "checked out" at your next GYN or Family Care check up!
Hope this helps!
Dr Z ...Read more
I have a bump right on the butt hole. Its soft like a tissue and doesn't hurt. Should I be concerned?
Get it checked: What you described is usually due to anal fissure or an external hemorrhoid, neither is a cause for concern. However, it wold be prudent to see your doctor and get it checked out. ...Read more
I get a bump on my butt sometimes. It dries up and goes away after a week or two. Is it from sitting too much?
Hard to say: This could be a cyst or many different things. I would think if setting is causing it then why would it not come and stay unless you are not setting in same chair or up more for the time period it heals. ...Read more
So I found three little bumps on my butt. I'm not sure what they are from or how I got it or what it is. It doesn't itch or hurt at all. Help please?
Difficult to say: They may have to be seen to diagnose them. Without pain or itching, the bumps may be benign and not much trouble. If they get bigger or go away and then come back, you may have to have a skin doctor see if the need biopsy. ...Read more
I'm 17 and when I wash inside of my butt area I feel a bump almost on the outside of the whole or in it that's very smooth, ive felt it for 6m+, nopain?
Look at it: Could be a cyst in the anal glands. Get a mirror and lay on the bed and look at the bump. Let me know what it looks like. ...Read more
First thought benign: My first thought on this description is a benign blue nevus, an distinctive round to oval spot that firm, grey blue to blue black & can occur anywhere on the body. They usually have a well defined border & appear gradually in a patient. It could be something else & your pcp should look at it when you have your next regular visit. ...Read more
Boils: Usually respond to warm compresses that bring them to head, causes them to pop & drain. When draining, keep area clean. Because of location, may need to see doc for incision & drainage, dressing & antibiotics (especially if you get them often). Do not squeeze them as that can force infection deeper. ...Read more
Cyst: Collection of fluid because of blocked hair follicles or sweat gland - monitor size if this increases or becomes infected need treatment. ...Read more