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White Bumps On Inner Thigh Symptoms
My boyfriend has been iching in between his inner thighs and now ive been having the same symptoms he does have tiny red bumps with no white heads????
Fungus or scabies: Most likely cause of itchy rash in that area that is shared between sexual partners is either skin fungus or skin mites (scabies). You can try non-prescription antifungal cream, and if that's not helping after 4-5 days, then ask your doctor for anti-scabies cream. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Likely not: But get tested.Get a more detailed answer ›
First i had symptom of jock itch..Tried using clotrimazole..Nw I have bumps appearing on my inner thigh...How to get rid of dat ?
Many possibilities: There are many things that could cause a skin rash. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, sun exposure, insect bites, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Probably not an STD: No STD is likely to first show up on the inner thigh. Even direclty on the gentials, no STD is a likely cause of a "shiny bump". This is probably unrelated to your recent sexual exposure. However, if risk for STD (new or possibly risky partner, etc) you should have routine STD testing from time to time. Maybe this is a good time, while on your mind. But not because of this particular symptom. ...Read more
I got one small ulcer in tongue after 4 weeks of unprotected sex.And 2 red bumps on my inner thigh.Are these symptom of acute HIV ? Pls reply me..
Do you shave there?: Maybe razor bumps.Get a more detailed answer ›
Dark bumps on inner thigh they've been there for months now they don't itch but are very noticeable to me could this be from thighs rubbing together?
Show it to a doctor: And consider loosing weight.Get a more detailed answer ›
Many possibilities: Hives localized to the inner thighs may be due to multiple causes. The area is warm and one thigh can rub against the other. It can be due to cloth or chemicals in pants, just to give a few examples. Wear non-tight pants; when itchy, apply Sarna with pramoxime. Otherwise, keep dry with cornstarch or talc. Take an antihistamine such as fexofenadine or cetirizine. No help - see your physician. ...Read more