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Pimple on upper buttocks, redness line between buttocks, burning sensation. Cure?

This may be a weird question to ask, but, I am fifteen and I was taking a shower and noticed alomst like a pimple on my upper buttocks . It was at the starting point of my butt crack and as I looked at it, my whole crack was red. I looked in the mirror and it was a red line down the middle of my butt cheeks. It hurts to wipe and it has almost a burning sensation. I m not sure what it is or what I should do.
Asked On : Sun, 7 Oct 2012
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You are suffering from fungal infection of Buttock crease which occurs due to the area remaining wet. After bath and ablution wipe the area with soft clth without rubbing to keep it clean and dry, apply Candid B Ointment thrice a day. It will slowly subside
Follow this
1. Clean and Dry
2. Cream Application

Take Care
Answered: Sun, 22 Sep 2013
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