Itching To Black In The Groin Skin?
I want to ask about skin problems .. r nI often experience blisters, itching and even the skin peels off in the area (sorry, groin) r nTo the area is very dark .. r nI am confused and insecure what to do again .. r nNow I feel sore because my groin area is all blistered .. r nWhat should I do and how to treat it so that I don’t experience it again .. r nWhat doctor should I go to to heal This, and in what way is it healing. r nBecause r nI have been to a dermatologist directly. Then he was given a concocted medicine that was applied to the area .. r nBut it’s still the same .. r nPlease help and the explanation
The complaint you mention is a form of inflammation that can be caused by various medical conditions, including:
Tinea cruris or fungal infection, complaints of itching will be dominant, especially when sweating Allergic contact dermatitis, inflammation caused by contact with materials that cause allergies, for example the basic material of pants or jeans Infection by scabies parasites, itching is especially felt at night
Because it can be caused by various conditions, it is necessary to do a direct examination. The doctor will assess your skin and perform an examination to determine the cause of the complaint. Some additional examinations such as skin scrapings, allergy skin tests, etc. may be done if needed. Treatment will adjust to the cause, it can be in the form of antihistamines, anti-inflammatory, anti-fungal, antiparasitic, etc.
Here's what you can do about your condition:
Do not scratch the area that feels itchy Cut your nails to avoid spreading germs Do not use clothes that do not absorb sweat and are tight Always keep your skin clean Consume nutritious foods, especially those high in vitamin C Use medicines according to doctor's instructions. Warm compresses to reduce itching
If the complaints you feel are getting worse and you feel worrying, it's a good idea to immediately visit the nearest dermatologist to get the right treatment. Read also itchy skin
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dr. M. Rizki