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Blue line in center of Intergluteal Cleft. What could this be ?

I am a college aged female. Recently, I have noticed that I seem to have a blueish color in my midline of my intergluteal cleft or in slang terms, the crack of my butt when I spread them apart. I also sit on my tailbone/butt a lot, sometimes to the point that when I stand up my butt area feels numb just like when your arm or legs fall asleep. I also checked to make sure it was not lint. There is also no visible tear or pimple that I can see. I also took several hotter than normal showers last week. It seems odd to me, but I was not sure if there was any concern. What could this be?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Apr 2011
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it may be simple nevus that present from long time and you notice recently.
it is very common in asian to have bluish brown patch over the gluteal area.
it is not harmfull and may be vanish off gradually.
ask your parents if it present since birth?
have u any pain,itching,injury over that area?
Answered: Fri, 1 Apr 2011
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