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Rash on buttocks after unprotected sex. Itching. Help

Hi Dr. Rohit Batra, are you there. After me and my partner both had unprotected sex for the first time, we both got a rash looking thing on our butt cheeks. They look like broken blood vessels. Now its smooth, and doesnt itch or bother me, but my girlfriend says it itches her, and its only on one of her cheeks. Me and my girlfriend are both Clean. However, i was sitting on a toilet for about 30 mins. then i noticed it. could you please help me or let me know what i should do? Thank you so much. Troy
Asked On : Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there Troy. Apologies am not Dr Rohit but decided to answer as you have been awaiting a reply for awhile & are understandably anxious. At the outset, your rash does not appear to be any standard manifestation of any STD. it is more likely to be some non-specific 'irritant' dermatitis or a fungal infection. Use a standard antifungal-steroid cream locally & it should clear up in a day. A standard antihistamine tablet preferably a non-sedative one should be easily available from your local chemist. Hope this helps. Cheers & All the best. Dont worry if the two of you have been safe hitherto, there is very little need for fear albeit i empathise with your anxiety. hope have managed to calm those nerves! Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD Dermatologist, Cosmetologist, Venereologist, Vikram Hospital, Bangalore, India
Answered: Wed, 15 Aug 2012
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