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Cluster of bumps in the pubic area and waist line. Ring worm infection or herpes?

I have a small cluster of bumps above my pubic hair line and a little under my waist line and it doesn t itch and it isn t everywhere but I scratched it on accident and only clear liquid came out and it didn t hurt until I scratched it of course. I was just wondering what it might mother proposed a ringworm or herpes but I thought herpes would have spread and it s not close to my genitals. If you need a picture just ask! Please get back to me ASAP
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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hello dear,
thanks for the query.

Herpes and fungal infections manifest in different way.

1. In herpes there are water filled lesions,
which rupture easily, initially thee is itch
which is later followed by pain.

2. In fungal infection there are no water filled lesions.
in fact there are hard bumps which itch.

please meet a dermatologist for further details.

Thank you
Answered: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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