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Kinda of a wierd question. I was recently working on a hot

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Kinda of a wierd question. I was recently working on a hot 90deg day sweating like crazy. And for about 12 days now Iv had real bad irritation at the very top of my butt crack. Lol not a joke. It's red alittle painful & very sensitive. I feel little bumps in there, it itches, and won't go away. Iv been treating it with gold bond medicated powder, neosporn, & moisturizer. With no results. I do work with fiberglass insulation & I'm thinking between the sweat & fiber glass I might have a problem. What can this be & do u have any suggestions on how to treat it! THANKS
Submitted: 1 month ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Anthony Bray, MD replied 1 month ago.


The area is going to favor a fungal infection....

( growth promoters for fungal skin infection would be warm / moist / dark)

I would advise that you try applying clotrimazole cream twice a day for ten days ..

I think that will clear it up for you.If not 90 percent better in about 5 days then have your doctor take a look

I hope that this information is helpful for you

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Anthony Bray MD

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