every once in a while I seem to get an outbreak of these blister-like formations on the right butt cheek, & always in the same place. I really do not notice if it is due to diet, or an over abundance of stress, or whatever is the case here; but when it happens the only thing that works for me to clear it up, is a bath powder with baking soda in it, or a baby powder. That seems to dry it up further and quicker. Or, you could also use a Gold Bond Powder that has a drying agent. Mine has a tendency to itch, only when it is about to clear itself up, and tender to the touch when it first appears. I have found that if you keep the area clean, and where clean underwear everyday(some folks do not), that this helps a lot. I have had this condition for a few years now, and do not know where or who I got it from, and will probably never to figure this one out!
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