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Non itchy dry spot on the buttocks. Should I be concerned?

I have a new spot that I noticed about 6 months ago the size of a nickel at the very bottom of my right butt cheek where it curves. It feels like I let a thin layer of glue dry there. It s not itchy & the skin color is just a tiny bit darker in that spot. It s not red, bumpy, or sore. There is a dimple under it that wasn t there before.It is the same size as the dry spot. There has been no changes. I thought maybe it was caused from sitting to much but I don t understand why it isn t on both cheeks if that is the case. What do you think?
Asked On : Sun, 27 May 2012
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Hi dry skin on the buttock cheeks can be nothing but fungal is due to sweating caused by excessive can be cured by atarax 25 mg at night.terbinafine 250 mg daily once and application of fintop ointment at night can cure the fondition.use of absorb powder daily once can prevent excessive sweating
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