Herpes may spread. Herpes is a viral infection, and there are two types, type I on the face, and type ii, on the genital area. Facial herpes tends to stay on the mouth and face, and genital herpes, tends to stay on the penis, vulva, and buttocks, but it is possible to have type i, transmitted to the genital through oral sex, or type ii transmitted to the mouth through oral sex. It may also occur on the scalp &, hand.
Yes. It impossible but it more likely a case of genital herpes virus which now is in the pelvic area and manifest a on buttocks. Treatment is same oral antivirals fr 7-10 ads depending on severity and response. If recurrences are common prophylactic antivrals are indicate.