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White bumps in clusters, spread to butt. Not STD. What could it be?

I have a rash of white bumps that are like in a little clusters. It first started when I started to feel pain coming from that area then I woke up and it was there. Later through the day the pain got wrost on the side of the body where it is. Now the rash are blisters has spread to my butt what do I have I am only 21 and never has sex so it cant be a STD
Asked On : Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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hi dear, with your details i feel it is herpes zoster. you might have had chicken pox (varicella) in childhood. this virus remains latent in body and later comes up in a particular part of body as zoster. it is not an std. dear, you must meet a dermatologist for appropiate treatment. for now take some pain killer and apply calamine lotion in that area, you will feel good.
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Answered: Sun, 27 Jan 2013
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