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Red Rash/Bumps on Buttocks..???
I am a 40 year old white male an in the last 6 months i have noticed a small cluster of red bumps scattered around the top of my Buttocks..They dont bleed,itch or cause any discomfort at all.if i didnt happen to touch them i wouldnt know they were there. They probably could be covered by 3-4 quarters for instance. What could it be?? I have checked via google an come up with everything from eczema to shingles to cancer...Any ideas given there is no itching etc. I have hydro cortisone an desitin but im sure once i start treating it an messing with it ,it will probbaly start bothering me.Hate to wake a sleeping giant if u know what i mean..I plan to make an appt with my dermotologist .
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