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Have raised red blister inside buttock. Remedy?

hi. i have a small red/purple type blister on the inside of my buttock. its not painful and i have not other symptoms. started off as what i thought was a spot but is now the size of a pea. its raised slightly and although i have kept it very clean and used a barrier cream it is still there. i intend to see my doctor tomorrow but wondered if you had any idea what it may be. thankyou
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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Hye! According to the description , I think you are having cherry angioma.It may be idiopathic(without cause) or due to some disease. You should go for investigation to rule out DM,Liver diseases,any other disease. If you are taking alcohol , stop it.It is benign condition. Do not worry. If you want to remove it, you go to dermatologist, he will remove it by electrocautery. OK...
Thanks, Dr.Ilyas Patel
Answered: Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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