A rash under your buttocks is probably a heat rash as well as irritation. The best thing to do is apply some baby powder to keep the area dry.
Some STDs can cause a rash on your buttocks. These include herpes, molluscum, and genital warts. More rarely, syphilis and gonorrhea can cause a rash.
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Rashes do not happen on buttocks. They happen in between them. One way to get rid of a rash is use baby ointment on a regular basis until the rash is gone. Also, you can see a doctor. One way to prevent rash is by taking a bath on a regular basis and wipe between your buttocks when you use the bathroom.
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You could have heat rash if you have bumps on your buttocks. You could also just have an allergy to a laundry detergent.
You have herpes
Great Question! :) Well I used Nair it got the rash of my leg so you apply Nair on your legs and wait under 10 mins after that you wet your sponge wipe Nair with sponge and VOILA! :D xox
Look into Yeast infection, psoriasis, eczema
Various herpes infections can show up on the buttocks, including herpes type 1, type 2, chickenpox (varicella), and shingles.
My 8 year old son has a rash on his bum and chest its not itchy
You could have a heat rash.
It means you have a rash And could get more on diffrent Parts of body
the rash but not the sore stupid
What did your pediatrician/dermatologist say? If you baby has an undetermined rash you need to have it evaluated!
HIV/AIDS causes leisions, rash (also known as HIV rash), and warts that appear in the back of the head, in the back of the ears, under the armpits, and in between the legs.
Sounds like you have Psoriasis. Look it up.
either you get them wet or you have a disease
Ringworm I think
Most likely from sitting on something poisonous or something you're allergic to. the rash would be a bodily reaction.
Hand, foot and mouth disease (coxsackievirus disease) can cause a rash on the buttocks and groin. It's not "spread" there by the patient, but is a natural outcome of the disease.
There are literally hundreds of conditions and illnesses that can cause a rash with bumps and scabs on the arms and legs. You could be having an allergic reaction or have a viral or bacterial infection.
Heat rash is not contagious, actually. Heat rash is caused by friction and sweating, so if it's hot and humid, you have a chance of getting heat rash in your armpits, between your legs, and on your butt.