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Rash on my pubis.
Hello,
I have raised bumps on my skin under my pubic hair. They have not spread nor have then shrunk in the past 7 days. The are clear in color and do not itch. There are only a few maybe half a dozen tiny bumps. I first thought they were ingrown hairs.I am kinda freaking out. I do work in my bed at night on my laptop and have it rest on that area. I am thinking back now to a few nights when i removed my laptop and my boxers were soaked with sweat. Could this be a result of heat plus friction? If so what can I buy OTC that will get rid of them. Further. What can i do at night to cut down on sweating in my groin area? Or do you think it is something else?
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They could be blocked pores from heat.  They may also be mollusca warts--these are not HPV like regular genital warts, and are often not sexually transmitted.  of course, I don't know that that's what they are, but you ought to let a doctor have a look, so you can find out and have them treated if needed.

Best.

Dr. Rockoff
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I have looked at pics on the internet and they do not really look like the warts. They are not white in the middle. What would the bumps of clogged pours look like? I did however get a ref. to a specialist. Thanks
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