Does anyone have LS on the very top of the bottom?

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My flareup always starts at the very top of my bottom .pic attached.

Like the top of the butt crack. Once this flares up then within 2 days the rest of my genitals flare up as well.

My question: Does your LS happen at the top of your bottom?image

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    yes, i am the same. front to back for me. hurts like hell.

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    • Posted

      Pamela, I have pain in that area too at least from the anal level toward the front. It feels raw and sore. Is that how yours feels? What are you putting on it?

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      i have recently been to a herbalist in Edinburgh.

      last week i started on Calendula Oil. i have to say that so

      far so good. it has really helped me settle my entire area.

      i am one of these people who don't actually have flare ups , i just have this continuously

      and have had for years. it is disheartening but it is what it is.

      this week and i can only say that it appears to be because of the oil my symptoms have been

      radically reduced. it is as i say still very early days but fingers crossed.

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    A simple guide would be LS only infects skin where there is no hair growth. I would at least get your Regular / Family Doctor / GP to check this for you, or if you are dealing with a Dermatologist, try to get to see then straight away ....

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    I have some light redness between the perineum and anal level that the clob does not help. Have tried about 15 lotions and potions. Right now my doc recommended cold vaseline and Eucerin healing cream. The labia are red and it's been red since I began using this pharmacy compounded estradiol and clobetasol creams.

    Have you had a biopsy to confirm it?

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