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Bumps on butt crack, rashes on stomach, chest, hips. Have eczema. Help?

Around the end of January I noticed about 4 bumps in my butt crack high up. This was followrd by intense itching , and little pain. The rash then took over my back stomach and chest. I developed 3 more bumps on my hip. I under my breast and one on my hand . The bumps that were on my butt has now spread around front I m folds and bikini line. I have been to 5 different doctors 2 of bumps have been biopsied (yeatetday). I was first told it was allergic reaction .. Bumps on butt. ? Then told rash was excema. ( he didn t look at bumps) 2 weeks prednisone . Then another didn t know and gave me keflex. So depressed. Never had anything like this before
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Dec 2013

Welcome and thanks for posting your query to HealthcareMagic.

As per your query you have the problem of Bumps on butt crack and rashes on stomach, chest, hips.

First of all kindly relax yourself and don't get depressed by the skin condition you are suffering from.

As most of the skin conditions are totally simple and benign conditions. The only problem is of proper diagnosis. As you have gone for the biopsy of the same so in next few days you would be able to know the exact cause of the problem and then accordingly the best treatment for it. Even if think of something then eczema or related thing are quite simple of the things ad are very well treatable.

Till the time you get your biopsy report you keep your self away from hot and humid climate, maintain good hygiene and nutrition, Wear cotton clothe s and cotton undergarments. Don't try to scratch or rub the area as can lead to further aggravation of the problem.
Keep your moral high for the simple skin problem which are very well treatable.

"Wish you good health and early recovery from the problem"

Dr Sanjay Kumar Kanodia
MD (Dermatology)
Answered: Fri, 28 Jun 2013
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