Black Streaks Arise On The Buttocks?
Afternoon, I am Liana and I am still in high school. I have white stripes on my butt that I often read called stretch marks, besides that there is also a black stroke that is quite pale and irregular in my buttocks. There are quite a lot of strokes on my butt, how do I get rid of it huh?
Hello. Thank you for the question submitted to HealthReplies.com. We can understand the concern you feel.
What do you mean by "black streak" is a skin rash in the form of black spots? Is the appearance of skin lesions accompanied by itching?
Complaints about skin rashes in the form of black spots that feel itchy in the buttocks area can be caused by several possibilities, including:
Tinea cruris (skin disease due to fungal infections of dermatophytes in the area around the genitals, buttocks, and groin folds, complaints in the form of skin rashes in the form of redness / blackness and peeling skin, the border is firm, the edges are more active than the middle part of the rash, itching)
Candidiasis intertriginosa (skin disease due to Candida fungal infections in the area of skin folds, including groin, groin, armpits, folds under the breast, accompanied by complaints of itching)
Scabies (skin disease due to parasitic infection Sarcoptes scabiei, complaints in the form of skin rashes that commonly occur between the fingers, buttocks, around the genitals, armpit folding, itching especially at night, occur in a group of people who live together, for example residents dormitory or family that live together)
Risk factors for this complaint include a warm and humid environment, use of tight clothing, and poor hygiene (for example: rarely changing underwear).
We recommend that you check with your doctor or dermatologist and skin specialist so that it can be evaluated properly and given appropriate treatment. Complaints about skin rashes require a direct examination by a doctor so self-diagnosis is not recommended. The doctor may also plan a supportive examination if there are indications, for example: skin scrapings for examination with the help of a microscope. Later the doctor may give a cream / ointment to be applied to the affected skin area, as well as oral medication to reduce complaints of itching.
As a suggestion, you should take the following steps:
Regularly change underwear, especially when it's damp
Use lingerie made from which absorbs sweat, for example: cotton
Wash clothes regularly
Avoid using clothes that are too tight
Regularly take a shower twice a day
To enrich insight, you can read articles about tinea cruris. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.