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Bites on buttocks. What are they?

I was working outside, but I didn t feel anything. When I did go shower after a few hours, I notice these bites around my buttocks crack line and it looks like bug bites. It didn t start itching until I notice them & it isn t just one side it s both side little bites and big bites. I do not know if it is a bug bite therefore I m concerned.
Asked On : Sun, 30 Dec 2012
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Hallo ,
Insect bites and rashes people experience every summer, the most common are mosquito bites.These are closely followed by bug bites , solar rashes , allergic rashes and lyme disease - type bites and rashes .
Bites are not painful at fitst , but may develop into rashes.
Keep the body well mois turized to avoid developing breaks in the skin .
Use calamine lotion as soon as they appear .
Apply Aloe vera gel. It is soothing . anti - inflammotary and anti - bacterial helps heal wounds of all kinds of bites ,rashes, dry skin etc...
Answered: Mon, 31 Dec 2012
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