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Red spot in gooch, hurts when touched. Any idea?

I have a red/brown spot in the gooch. I ve had it for as long as I can remember, but lately I ve started picking at it. This made it go red and now hurts when I rub it on clothes or touch it. I m pretty worried about it. Also, it doesn t feel like a lump or a pimple , it feels sort of like its a part of the body, i can t pull it out or push it in. I would really appreciate it if you have any idea what it is. Thank you
Asked On : Fri, 21 Sep 2012
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Hi i think it is acrocordon or chloasma which got infected due to repeated movement .it is also called skin tag.first treat the infection with broad spectrum antibiotic and anti inflammatory agent combiflam twice daily can cure superadded infection.after in fection is subsided go for electrocautery or laser ablation
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