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Blister on lower buttock, itchy. How to get cured?

On my lower back at the top of my buttocjs an itcby blister like will appaer if I scratch it it will form into a blisterlike clear pussy liquid.blister is small when I pop it it wiil spread but only in the same aera then it gets worse with adgatating the aera...then the aera will scab over and evently go away but will reacurr a few months latter
Asked On : Thu, 18 Apr 2013
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The buttock area, especially the top part is prone for being moist due to sweat and sebum. Blister occurring could be fungal infection called tenia or ring worm infection which is very common in that region. If blisters are containing fluid could be bacterial infection also. Good personal hygeine is must for this condition. Local application of antifungal, antibacterial cream is necessary. If recurring many times, then consult your dermatologist for antifungal drugs treatment.
Answered: Sat, 20 Apr 2013
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