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Pelvic lesion, itchy, not painful. Herpes?

Hello. I have recently found a single lesion looking thing on my pelvis . Not around my penis though. Just on my pelvis where I do have a lot of hair. It isn t really painful but it is itchy. I have found a lesion like this once before on my pelvis and it went away on its own. NEVER have I found said lesion on my penis or scrotum . Also these lesions are single and look like a single pimple . Not clustered. Should I be worried for Herpes? Or am I driving myself insane needlessly?
Asked On : Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Dear n.p.gerst. If you want my honest opinion (which one rarely gives nowadays even to spouses), yes you are driving yourself insane needlessly. From all accounts & what you have stated, you seem to be ailing from an 'ingrown' hair follicle or a ruptured follicle following shaving in the region most likely against the grain. You may want to try a topical 'mixed bag' cream as i call them with a steroid-antibiotic-antifungal combo cream for 3-5 days & it should get better. You have not divulged any sexual history preceding & as such, it seems a touch unfair to 'speculate'. Take care & hope this was helpful. cheers. Dr Praveen Rodrigues Dermatologist & Venereologist
Answered: Wed, 8 Aug 2012
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