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Rash between vagina and buttocks, red bumps, no blisters. Due to sweat or friction with sanitary pad?

I have a rash after my vagina right before my butt. It popped up all of a sudden after a long car ride when I sat in the same position wearing a pad and non-cotton underwear. I see little red bumps but they are not blistering. It is pretty localized in one spot. Is it possible this is just a rash from the car ride or something more serious?
Asked On : Sun, 20 Jan 2013
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According to your symptoms, it is most likely to be a rash due to prolonged pressure. Please watch out for other symptoms like itching, burning sensation, discharge or spread and take proper help from your health care provider if necessary. In future try to wear only cotton underwear. Ventilate the area well. Apply some olive oil or calamine lotion if it is a contained rash caused by the pressure, to obtain relief. You may also wash with mild antiseptic solution. Hope you find this information useful. Wish you good health.
Answered: Tue, 31 Dec 2013
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