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Pregnant, rash on left side of buttocks, burning sensation. Treatment?

Hi I am so confused so um I am like 12 weeks pregnant now and for about 2 or 3 days I just this bump like rash it s very small it looks like it is red or white I can t really tell but it s on the left side if my butt cheek it s not inbetween my legs it just on the side close by my butt crack but not literally by it it burns but it doesn t itch I drink enough water and I don t have an infection I thought it just came from my underclothes like my skin got irritated or something but please help its starting to bother me
Asked On : Sat, 21 Jul 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Thanks for the question,
You are probably suffering from Herpes zoster which is a virus charecterized by burning blisters on one side of the body.since you are pregnant you must see your gynecologist to have exact diagnosis first.
Blister must be examined to see inclusion bodies(called tzank test)
Bye and regards
Dr Sher bhutto
Answered: Tue, 24 Jul 2012
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