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Non-itchy red 'zits' on lower stomach: rash??

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  • Posted By: palkire08
  • June 12, 2010
  • 06:51 PM

I have some red marks on my lower stomach region that look a bit like zits but they dont itch nor can i pop them. I started wearing boxer briefs recently and i thought it was a skin irritation from the band or something, because thats the area they originated. However, its been a few weeks and they wont go away and now theyre spreading down into my lower region:(:(.. What is it? :confused: Its not too bad.. but they wont go away (ive lessened my brief use) Please any feedback would be great thanks

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  • I have the same thing, its now down .. there.Anyone know what this is ! :(
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  • My boyfriend is going through the same thing...you two decribed it perfectly. if anyone can help, please do!
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • September 19, 2010
    • 06:46 AM
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  • I had this exact problem for several years off and on, but it's gone now. I figured out it was some sort of allergic reaction to the metal buttons from my jeans/pants being next to my sweaty skin. I started making sure it was always very dry on my stomach and I always wore a tucked in undershirt. I haven't had a breakout on my stomach in about 10 years.
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • January 21, 2011
    • 05:34 AM
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