Wounds And Itching In The Groin Do Not Heal?
Excuse me doctor, it’s been 6 months I have itched u0026amp; infection in the gutter and until now healed.
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Itching in the groin is often (but not always) caused by infection. Various types of microorganisms can cause infections in this area, for example fungi, bacteria, viruses, to mites. Here are some examples of infections that often cause itching in the groin:
Tinea cruris Scabies Impetigo Folliculitis Candidiasis Miliaria cutaneous, etc. However, as mentioned above, infection is not the only condition that can trigger itching in the groin. It could also, this itching arises due to other causes, such as irritant contact dermatitis, insect bites, neurodermatitis, allergic contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, drug eruptions, and so on. If this itch is over scratched, of course this condition can cause complaints to spread (including to the buttocks) and the skin is injured.
Our advice, you check your complaint directly to a doctor or specialist skin and genitals to get the right treatment. Not only that, you can also do the following steps so that complaints improve
Avoid excessive scratching of the itchy groin Apply calamine lotion on the itchy groin skin (avoiding contact with the genitals and buttocks) Always use loose, clean, dry, and cool underwear and pants with diligence Bathing diligently Avoiding groin and buttocks areas from dirty exposure and excessive moisture Clean well your genitals and groin with quality baby water after urinating Minimize sexual intercourse to reduce the potential for transmission to your sexual partner Stay away from excessive stress or anxiety Expand to relax and meditate so that itching decreases Avoid contact between the groin and buttocks with substances that are prone to trigger allergies or irritations