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Forum Name: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
|eks67 - Tue Dec 25, 2007 12:10 am||
A few weeks ago I started to have an itch between my thighs. I've noticed recently that I have a raised bump & it itches. Just recently it scarred over but still itches. I currently have just little tiny bumps now.
When I'm at work I sometimes sweat. & my thighs do rub together.
I recently just got rid of ringworm that was on my hand. Maybe it got down there somehow?
So could it be an STD or some kind of bacteria?
|Dr. Chan Lowe - Sat Dec 29, 2007 12:23 am||
There are several possibilities regarding this. It may be an irritation from excess moisture (such as from sweating) that has been irritated by friction. It may also be a clogged skin pore that has become infected. It doesn't sound particularly like an STD but this would be a remote possibility. Ringworm (a fungal infection) can affect skin basically anywhere so it may be that you now have a small area of infection causing your symptoms.
I'd recommend you see your doctor to have this evaluated. Often, these types of issues can be easily diagnosed by having a direct visual exam.
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