Itchy rash on buttocks

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Thank you this is still continuing on my buttocks but I will see a dermatologist. I have an appointment coming up for another issue & that's for over 4 months I've been with a constant cough that itch on my throat that has totally control my life.
Hello, I'm a 23 year old male in good health. I've been having a problem for the last week now with these itchy bumps on my butt cheeks that look like pimples. At first there were just a couple of them, but after a couple of days it looked like it had spread. I bought some itching cream and applied it at night and in the mornings and most of the bumps had gone away but there are still some there and they continue to itch.
I had itchy rash between buttocks and cracking skin in vaginal area. OB/GYN prescribe premarin cream for topical use. It stopped the cracking skin and eased the itching. However, the anal stuff has not gone away. The cream temporarily ease the itching and now have spots on my buttock. The spots dont itch just the anal area and the skin in my anal area has gotten really dark. Could this be dermotological or parasitic? Help!!!!
I am also sensitive to many fragrances, pollens, chemicals etc. I have been having an outbreak of a rash on my buttocks coinciding with the third week of my monthly period for the past 2 months (these are the first 2 periods I have had after giving birth to my daughter). It begins as extremely dry skin which is itchy and burning, this then breaks out in lots of tiny little red barely raised that spread all over my buttocks.
7 days ago i discovered that I had a really dry patch of skin on my right buttocks (not anus). It was so itchy, dry, red and flaky that it was seemingly bleeding. I immediately bought some extreme moisturizer. The lotion took care of the flaky skin but the spot continued to itch and stay red. After six days i bought some over the counter cortisone cream. The cream took care of some of the itch but it is still red and slightly itchy.
I had a recurring rash on my buttocks which started in July 2007 - it used to heal on its own and then reappear - the last occurence was in July 2008 when I cured it with an anti-fungal cream. It used to be a rash which would get itchy during bath or when I sweat. It has not happened in the last one year. Should I see a doctor regarding the same? Can it be an STD?
About ever 6 months I get a rash on either butt check. It is very itchy and is 3 bumps in the shape of a triangle. The area around the bumps swell up a bit and is reddish. I thought at first it was a spider bite but it keeps coming back. It is very sensitive, if my clothes brush it I have to scratch it. I have been getting them for about 3 years now. ANy idea what it might be?
Hi This does not seem associated with the rash on your buttocks. These bumps you have noted on your penis do not seem to be sexually related. Applying topical medications on the rash may help alleviate the symptoms. As for the penile bumps,just continue to observe these first. Refrain from touching the rash unnecessarily as these may cause further irritation .
I noticed yesterday that there were small black dots about the size of a pinhead on the rash on my scrotum. What is this? I ran over a couple things online that made me think of shingles (but i do not feel ill or anything). There is some pain in my lymph node on the right illiac crest. What does this have to do with it?
At first, it was quite itchy. It has not been itchy recently. I started using a Lotrimin anti-fungal cream on it about a week and a half ago. This has helped a bit, but the rash persists. I am looking for some insight/guidance before I visit my doctor. Thank you in advance.
My 35 month old has a red bumpy itchy rash on his upper buttocks. I thought it was because he was allergic to the dypers I bought, so I bought a different brand and it has come back again. He keeps scratching it. I have been putting cream on it used for exzema that I have for my 5 year old. It seems to clear it up. But a few days later it is back. What should I do?
Hello, Causes of itchy rash between the buttocks include moisture(due to sweating or frequent washing), the abrasion caused by clothing,the pressure of sitting,chemical irritants like laundry soaps, colognes and scented toilet paper,certain food irritants,medicines like some antibiotics and laxatives,infections like STD’s and pinworms,anal abrasions and fissures and skin problems such as psoriasis, seborrhea and eczema. Treatment of anal itching depends on the cause of the problem.
I have recently noticed a rash between my buttocks. It is not sore or itchy. Does not burst or ooze. I have a desk job and sit down most of the day. There is nothing on or near my genitals. I have been to my ob/gyn and she said everything looked normal. I noticed it about 5 days ago. Was wondering what I can do to clear it up.
About a couple weeks or so I noticed a few circular lesion/rash under my buttocks(cheeks) and a few in the inside of my buttocks. I am unsure how and when they got there i just hapened to feel one. The one near my crack itches sometimes and unfornately I scratched it until it bleed. I am not sure if I had an allergic reaction to something or if it is cancer or something else. it's so embarrassing and ugly. Also they look dry.
Okay so for the past 2 or 3 months I have had an extremely itchy rash on my inner thighs, buttocks, and penis. On my thighs and buttocks the rash looks tiny small red bumps, and when I scratch them too much they cut and scab over. On the head of my penis I have two larger bumps that only occasionally itch, and seem to fluctuate in size. On the shaft of my penis are two large bumps as well.
I get a bumpy, itchy rash on my buttocks, that starts with a tingle, and when it gets touched, or scratched, explodes into a rash with bumps, that then itch, will dry up and usually leave a scar. I have had this on and off for many years and do not know what it is or how to treat.
They only appear at the base of hairs, only on the legs, buttocks and a couple on the penis. Can this be something else? Any ideas on treatment?
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