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Bump On Crease Of Buttcheek
I have 4 little read bumps on my right butt cheek at the crease of my leg and two of them have a black tip, what could this be?
Sounds like comedone: Many things can cause such bumps but if they have a black tip, it sounds like something called a closed comedone, which is common with acne. But it can be at any clogged pore or hair follicle. Increasing pain, redness or drainage could mean they have become infected. Otherwise, good skin care and using soap and water, and keeping the area dry should help. ...Read more
I have a large swollen painful bump on my butt cheek it's in the crease of the bottom of my rear and leg I can't sit have any idea what it might be?
Possible abcess: Sounds like you may have developed an abcess (a collection of pus/infection) in that area. If this is the case, you need tobee seen by a medical professional who can see if the pus needs to be drained out and possibly antibiotics. This should not get put off as these things can get very bad and the infection can spread, including into your body. ...Read more
Possibly a pilonidal: Or type of cyst. There can be many causes. The only way to get an accurate diagnosis will be a medical evaluation. ...Read more
Today when I woke up, I noticed I have a painful & big bump on my buttcheek, it's not a pimple. Do you know what it could be?
I have two small bumps on my right buttcheek. They are very small and rub against the left cheek. They have been there for about 3 days.
Hello this is embarrasing but the inside of my buttcheeks is turning a very dark colour and there's small bumps that feel like knots under the skin?
Without an exam, I can only give general information and inflammation generally causes increased pigmentation/scarring. The areas of the body that have a lot of moisture, irritation, rubbing and germs can get infected and have abcesses that are quite serious and need minor surgery or they just get (much) worse.
cannot say in your particular case, but generally true. ...Read more
Get the diagnosis: There are many causes for blister and skin rashes. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections and insect bites can cause blistering and rashes. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
IT IS POSSIBLE.
HOW LONG HAS IT BEEN GOING ON?
CHECK WITH YOUR REGULAR DOCTOR OR A DERMATOLOGIST.
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I have a whitish and reddish bump on my lower left butt cheek and it hurts. I think it from sitting on a public toilet seat what should I do?
I have a whitish and reddish bump on my lower left butt cheek, its hard and it hurts I think its from sitting on a public toilet seat. What should I do?
Pimple or boil: This sounds like a standard pimple or boil, a minor skin infection. It is unlikely caused by something caught on a toilet seat. As for any pimple or boil, just leave it alone; it should come to a head and drain on its own in a few days. If it gets a lot larger, if there is spreading redness around it, or if you develop a fever, see a doctor immediatley. If in doubt, contact your own doctor. ...Read more
Perianal lumps: One concern in condylomata. Best that you google this. You should see a gynacologist for cnfirmation and treatment. ...Read more
Or type of cyst.
There can be many causes. The only way to get an accurate diagnosis will be a medical evaluation. ...Read more
Small bump in my buttcheek, going away, when I put some ointment last night I noticed a skinny line kinda feel on cheek to anus.
See your doctor: Since this an area that you can't see to well, you should see your doctor and get evaluated. ...Read more
I noticed a large hard bump on my left butt cheek with approximately three smaller bumbs. It is stll there and more sham bumps, any ideas?
Have three small bumps. Flesh colored around the anal area. One lower butt cheek. Rarely itch, they don't bother me but what could they be?
Fleshy Flags: These are likely skin tags versus warts. It is possible to contract a viral infection that causes warts, known as human papilloma virus (hpv), particularly if you engage in anogenital activities. Anal skin tags are also very common and typically completely harmless unless they are large. If irritated they can be removed. Anal warts should be monitored in the office especially if bleeding. ...Read more