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Itchy rash on left butt cheek, red spots, reoccurring. Taking medication. Suggestions?

Four the last five months I have a rash that gets extreemly itchy on ly left butt cheek close to the crack. Little red spots form. It may be ok for a few days but comes back during the night. I have scratched it so much it has scarred my butt. I was told it was a form of herpes like shingles but the medication that the Dr. gave me doesn't seem to help.
Asked On : Fri, 26 Apr 2013
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thanks for writing to Health care magic.

Herpes is charecterised by small fluid filled lesions which are associated with severe pain and it does not have a long run course.

It seems you are suffering from fungal infection.Start applying antifungal cream like miconazole and antifungal powder at day time.You can also take oral antifungal drugs and you need to consult a dermatologist for it.

Keep area dry.Use loose cotton clothes.

Hope this will solve your problem.Take care.
Answered: Wed, 12 Jun 2013
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