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Have blister inside butt, tail bone crease irritated, itchy. Tried neosporin, gold bond powder, desitin, no relief

I developed a blister on the inside of my but cheek about a week and half ago. I've been putting neosporin on it gold bond powder trying to keep the area dry as well as desitin. Nothing is helping me the entire crease at my tail bone is severely irritated and itches alot. I looked at it in the mirror and now looks like the it is irritated and sore like an open wound.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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The wound that you have noticed is likely to be due to a skin infection or an STD like Herpes. A direct examination of such skin lesions is mandatory to find out the exact cause. The treatment will then depend on the cause.
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Answered: Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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