Hi I am a light brown skin female and I recently had a yeast infection on my buttcrack but the discoloration doesn t seem to be going away...my buttcrack is dark brown to black in color...how can I get ...
I have dry skin a the top of my buttcrack. It gets dry and irritated and I don t know what to do ... about keeping your buttcrack clean? I just use soap and a wash cloth and figure that s the way to go ...
My 2 year olds butt is raw, and the skin is cracking with a little blood. She has been straining ... smearing cream for a few days, changing her diaper often, and letting her butt air. Is there anything ...
what medical condition do i have if i have a lump on the right side of my upper buttcrack. Its ... having it for a while and the lump is under my skin . I said it was on the right side but its accually ...
the area. I looked today & his crack was covered with drainage. After cleaning I inspected it. The skin ...My boyfriend is a roofer, his buttcrack will sweat. He had this reddened area down his whole crack ...
of their crack - all seem to be the same color of their skin tone. Now I m of lighter complexion, of physical ... between my buttcheeks, or crack, is prominently red. It s always been red in color my whole life - never ...
I believe I have either shingles or chickenpox. Is it common to have blisters inside my inner butt-crack?
S1, S2, S3, S4 and S5 dermatomes supply the skin of the buttcracks. Shingles affecting any of these dermatomes may involve the buttcracks.
The crack of my butt has red raw skin
Can you send a photo, so I can help you specifically?
Can also tell if:
- you had injured at that place?
- is it itchy? painful?
- do you have any problem with bowel movements?
- any history of anal sex?
Looking forward to have your data in!
Why is my buttcrack itching and stinking so much?
Do you sweat a lot? Sweat gets accumulated in body creases and folds and makes skin susceptible for infections.Maintain good hygiene in this area. Change your undergarments frequently. You might have mild infection. Consult your dermatologist to check for infection. Local application of cream and oral medicines may be useful.