Hi and welcome. sounds like pricley heat rash. When i get them us dab on a bit of 1% hydro corizone cream with aloe and usually clears up in a day or so. Try washing the area with warm/hot water then put some alcohol on it, then the cream.
I get some tiny little bumps just outside the labia in the groin area. I use a cream made of beeswax and jojoba oil on them and they are at least smaller. - I am also taking Sepia which is for all kinds of female problems. Seems to help also. As of this date, tho, I haven't found a cure.
This can be a common area due to it being covered up with clothes,getting hot and also friction when moving around. I would try a small body brush or exfoliating gloves while bathing/showering. Using an up and down movement rather than circular. When area dried,I would apply a small amount of spot treatment coupe of times a day and follow that with moisturizer at night and when you can wear loose clothing so as area can breath. Let me know how u get on.
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