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Cluster of bumps near anus, cleaning regularly. Having single partner. How to get rid of it?

been looking across the internet lately and most of these answer in an std . i have been with one girl for 5 years now and just resently found a cluster of bumps near my anus , span of mayb a couple weeks ago from now. i have a feeling its a rash . but they really havent cleared up since i noticed and taken care of washing the area effected. i have been useing the same body wash for more than a year now also so i dont think that is the case. i have not been with ne other partners and i am not homosexual nor do i have nething near that area other than washing. ne info wld b grateful. if not i guess ill have to go in and get it examined.
Asked On : Wed, 11 Jul 2012
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welcometo HCM. it may be warts in the anis with acutely infected. you take the medicine and sonsult skin specialist or surgion for proper guidance line. thnk you have a good health.
Answered: Wed, 11 Jul 2012
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