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Red bites with scabs on buttocks, spreading to hamstrings, occurred previously behind knee. Causes?

My daughter who 16 plays soccer sports eberyday...out of know where she has red bites with a scab in the middle of them.. It doesn t itch at all.. It s all over the outer part of her butt and spreading to her hamstrings. A month ago she had the same thing in the back of her legs behind the knee . Just a little though.. Any idea what it could be
Asked On : Wed, 10 Oct 2012
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Hi,This is Dr Nanda, often this happens with the children who are physically active .This is due to exessive sweatting giving rise to prickly heat.Some times it can get in to bacterial infection also.
Suggetions;1)Dont allow the sweat to settle on the skin,wipe of the place regularly
2) she can use the anti bacterial talkum powder on a regular basis while on the ground and even after shower will help better. All the best ,happy playing to the young lady.
Answered: Fri, 20 Sep 2013
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