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Recurring Rash On Buttocks
I have had a recurring rash on my buttocks for about 6 months. A few raised bumps that itch intently, only on one cheek but in the crevice. I have treated it for fungal infection with various OTC creams and also did double dose of difllucon...It seems to
Probably not fungal: Without examining you it is not possible to say 100%. However, it is possible that you have a bacterial folliculitis. If Diflucan (fluconazole) did not work then it is likely not fungal. I recommend you see someone for this, possibly have one of these areas cultured which should help best direct your treatment. ...Read more
I've had a reoccurring rash between my buttocks now for a few months, it comes and goes. But the burning pain is unbearable, what should I do?
Baby products: Soothing baby products (diaper rash) should be mild and safe. Avoid products that might further irritate. Avoid binding clothes - try loose and soft sweat pant-type items. Keep it clean w/ warm water - no rubbing. See a Dr for Dx and Rx. It might be an infection and they can tell and treat. Hope it heals soon! ...Read more
Reoccuring rash (small blisters)on right buttock, tested for herpes, I do not have herpes. If not shingles or herpes what could it be?
Celiac?: A number of conditions can cause lesions like you describe. See a dermatologist. ...Read more
Hi, iam peter 25yrs of age. I have some rashes on my buttocks, I have tried to treat it on several occasion but it goes for sometime but comes again.
Hello. Pls what can I do? I'm 29 years of age, I have rashes on my buttocks and I need home remedy.
Exam needed: An examination is needed to help diagnose the rash and suggest treatment. ...Read more
I have a problem of rashes on my buttocks with dark patches.... Please suggest me with some cream docs to remove all such patches?
Hard swelling and itchiness in ass (buttocks). Also, rashes on the buttocks till the front urinal part.
You have what it could be called pruritis anii which mean itchy butt caused by fungal infection could be treated by anti fungal cream or powder same medicine they use for athlete foot work the rashes could be heat rash or infected hair from scratching too hard use antibiotic cream alternation with hydrocortison cream
best way to go and see a doctor that can look at the problem and have better idea ...Read more
What causes itchy whitish rashes (some almost look pussy) on forearms and buttocks that look like rings in some places and also causing swellings?
Please see: Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
A look at the Rashes: 32 y/o male asks, Rashes in buttocks crack that are tender and itchy for 10 days. What could it be? Has something similar happened before? Is personal hygiene accounted for? What about sexual contact/ and other physical activities? May need a Primary Care Physician to take a look at the rashes and make the proper Diagnoses for proper Treatment, else it will be simple Guess work. ...Read more
I had itchiness and rashes on my buttocks area that left skin pigmentation and now it's spreading to my back, both the rash & the itch. What can I do?
Rash: The rash you describe may not necessarily be related to your other complaints, each one can be dealt with individually based on symptom control. The rash sounds like a fungal infection, need to be seen for a diagnosis, it's localization could be a drug reaction but unlikely to loratadine. Flatulence could be diet related. A visit to you PCP is required, for best care resolve issues promptly ...Read more
Hard lymph node in right groin. Two small rashes on right buttocks and hamstring. Noticed last Thursday (3 days ago).
Varies: There are multiple potential causes. Swollen lymph nodes are usually associated with some type of inflammatory or infectious cause. I would not hesitate to be seen and evaluated. ...Read more
I think I may have a staph infection because I have rashes on my buttocks and I feel aburning sensation, but what is it?
I had a full body wax for the first time. I have broken out into very large rashes including on my arms groin and entire buttocks. What should I do?
Time, cold bath: It's much more likely to be from the trauma of having your hair ripped out than a potential allergic reaction to the waxing product. This will likely improve over anywhere from a few hours to a day or so, and a cold-water bath or shower may feel good and relieve some of the redness/pain. Creams/products are unlikely to help a rash of this type. ...Read more
Skin dryness, rashes and skin peel off.... My 10 years old son is having these problem at his hands, both sides and on her back buttocks.
I have got itching on my genitals and in between my buttocks and I later got rashes on the back of my palms and skin infection?
Visit the doctor: The description of itching in your genitals and back of the palms, without additional information (meds, allergies) in an 18 years old man (unless stated, presumptively sexually active), there are several possibilities. Infections, some contagious, must be ruled out. It is very important to visit a doctor to see the rash more importantly, to discuss the specifics of your case in a timely manner. ...Read more
Red rashes on upper arms and buttocks? He hasn't been sick lately. He says that it doesn't itch& recently told dr said it could be eczema, what can I use
Doctor can examine: Rashes can be hard to describe or diagnose without seeing them. A primary care or a dermatology doctor can look at it in order to tell what it is. If a dry skin or eczema rash, hydrocortisone cream helps. Some rashes are an allergy to something. Hydrocortisone also helps allergic rashes. Bacterial or fungal rashes benefit from antimicrobials. If it doesn't go away, a dermatologist can take a look. ...Read more
How do I know if I have eczema, psoriasis or dermatitis? I have had itchy, scaley rashes around my nose, chin, buttocks and even groin. Help!
A dermatologist: Well indeed some of these diseases have overlapping symptoms. I suggest you see a dermatologist and they should be able to guide you and give you a proper dermatologist. If in doubt, a skin biopsy can confirm it, but it is rarely required. ...Read more
I have rashes all over my lap and my pernis itches with my knee lap buttocks elbow pls help I have images I have take fluconazole and gentamacin to no?
Rash: Need to see the rash before suggesting anything ...Read more
Skin rashes mostly around my inner thighs n buttocks. There's a few tiny spots on my lower leg n arm. Currently having yeast infection cuz of plan b..
Herpes Virus..: 19 y/o Female says I've got cluster rashes on my lower buttock...It does get itchy and it pains when I sit. That describes Herpes Virus Infection Type 2 since it is in the Genital/ buttocks area. Type 1 if in the Face/ mouth area. Best to see MD to get early treatment and prevent/ control recurrence &/or transferring infection to others. ...Read more
Round red/pink rashes around buttock area and tingling sensation down pelvic and thigh area. No other syntomptoms.
Rash and tingling: Sounds like a possible case of shingles. See your Doctor ASAP - Earlier detection and treatment will reduce the chances of long term pain issues in that area. ...Read more
Difficult to tell: Skin issues are very difficult to diagnosis without actually seeing and touching the lesion. Occasionally, doctors may even need to biopsy or culture the lesion to make a determination. Best to see you family doctor or dermatologist to get you the best answer. ...Read more
May need antibiotics: Rashes are difficult to describe in words. If a person has recurrent pimples on places where regular acne doesn't occur, he likely has infection in skin glands and/or hair follicles. A primary care doctor or a dermatologist can look at the skin and make a diagnosis. The doctors can prescribe oral antibiotics or creams/ointments as needed. Sometimes the bacteria are resistant to antibiotics. ...Read more
Blistery rash: The rash may represent impetigo. Take a bath with warm soapy water twice a day. You can add 3-4 tablespoons of bleach to the water. Do this at least twice a day. After the bath apply an antibiotic ointment four times daily. If lesions begin to weep, antibiotics are in order. Also important is improvement in your bathroom hygiene. ...Read more
Rash: You have to have it checked to see what the rash is all about, see your doctor first. ...Read more