I started to develop a few small red bumps around my waist and really didn't think anything of it, but they started to itch and of course what did i do...itched them. Now i have about 10-15 bumps going down from about my belly button but above my pubic area. This is all started to happen 3 weeks ago and now I am starting to get worried after trying a few simple itching cremes hasn't stopped the itching. Just wondering if anyone could help me out with what it may be or what i should be doing. Thank you so much!!
I have the same thing, their little dots right under the belly button about the size of a pen tip. They itch like a *itch but i have no idea what they are! Could it be ingrown hair, or maybe a rash from the button of my pants because thats where it rubs when i sit, theirs like 10-20 little dots in about a 1" circle/ovaly shape..... I dont think its an std
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