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Rashes on buttocks, discomfort while undressing, no itching, using skin-Neal, temporary relief. Suggestions?

i am a 27 yrs old female from Nigeria, i have this rashes on my buttocks , which has been there for over 15years, i have tried all sort of creams and treatments on it, all to no avail, presently am using skin-neal cream, i have also tried funbact-A.. sometimes it goes off at the start of treatment, but surfaces back after some few days.... it does not itch me, but make me uncomfortable while undressing. please i need help from a dermatologist urgently.
Asked On : Thu, 20 Sep 2012
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Hi non itchy irritable patch over the buttock can be localised icthyotic patch .i think it is right fom birth.in increases in size as age increases.it will more prominent in winter and rainy season.
There is no permanent treatment for it.use of olemessa oil before bath and use glycerin soap and apply amulac lotion in the morning and diprovate-g ointment in thr night
Answered: Thu, 5 Sep 2013
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