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Reddish itchy bump on the buttocks. Scar formed. More lumps getting formed. What is it?

Hi, lately i have gotten a bump on my bum near the top of my crack but not in it. It was a red bump and it was itchy so i thought i was bitten by a mosquito, i scratched it alot and it turned into a sore and left a scar . Recently 2 more have came up one directly opposite of the old one and another underneath. They are the same thing itchy lumps . What is it?
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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hi...thanks for posting here.You may be suffering from pyoderma which is a bacterial skin infection,you can take some anti itching tablet like cetrizine at night and apply an antibiotic cream like t bact ,if still it persists then you have to take oral medications like cefadrox for 5 days,also avoid tight inner garments ,use antiseptic soap over affected area, hope this will cure your problem..
Answered: Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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