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Have red bumps that itch between anal hole and vagina. What is it?

Hello, I just recently have gotten red bumps that are itchy to the touch between my anal hole and vagina . I am looking for answers to why I have this, I am clean from any std/ hiv and my health is in perfect condition. The only guess I came up with is my pad because I am also on my menstrual period at this time. Please explain to me why I may have this itching feeling?
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there. I read your problem with interest. The rash you describe indeed appears to be an irritant contact dermatitis & could well be due to the use of a pad. Perhaps you changed the brand or the 'sticky' bit of the pad is irritating your skin. Please avoid a pad & use a tampon in the interim period for 24-48 hrs. Make sure you change the latter regularly & DONT leave on for long periods & certainly not overnight :) Also apply an ointment containing a combination of betamethasone-fusidic acid twice/day to that region for 48 hrs & take a 180mg fexofenadine tablet all of which can be got at your nearby pharmacy OTC (over the counter) depending on which part of the world you are from. Do hope it all works out for you & give us a shout telling us you are better!
Cheers & regards,
Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD
Answered: Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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