Looking for a non-prescription groin rash cure? There is no need to be embarrassed. Believe it or not this is a pretty common condition especially in the groin area..............
So you're not alone.
Well, we have some helpful solutions and maybe even a cure or two for those suffering from a variety of dermatitis conditions.
One of the most important steps to help cure your rash problem is to re-establish and re-balance the normal levels of yeast, fungi, bacteria, and pH levels of the skin.
Most common causes for a groin or genital rash itch is due to a heat or an overgrowth of yeast, bacteria, and fungi.
Heat can cause problems as sweat gets trapped and plugs up glands........this usually affects unexposed areas like groin, genital, and anus area.
Simple Treatment 1:
Clean - In some mild cases, just airing out the area and keeping it clean is a perfectly good cure. Some people have found that baby wipes can help reduce discomfort.
Simple Treatment 2:
Dry - Keep the area dry as much as possible. Change out of wet clothes after working out. Wear cotton underwear to bed.
Simple Treatment 3:
Balance - Try an over-the-counter itch cream that contains cortisone to help stop the irritation and scratching.
Also, creams that also help restore normal pH balance levels can sometimes work even better.
My Experience: I suffered from an itchy rash and tried several creams from the drug store but they didn't really help me.
The itch stopped temporally, but it always came back a few hours
later. Then, out of desperation, I tried a cream called Itch Dr. which
was cool and soothing.
I think one of the reason why this product works so well is that it helps regulate normal levels of yeast, bacteria, and fungus - which can cause that uncomfortable itch. You can learn more about this groin rash cure here:
Jock itch is a fungal problem and sometime called a yeast rash. In fact the most common rashes are either fungal or yeast rash.
A typical genital heat rash usually appears in-between the folds of the buttocks and thigh.
This type of rash is very itchy and spread down the inner legs (the inner thigh) if left unattended. Men seem more prone to rashes in the groin area than women.
Click here to visit: Types of Rashes for more pictures and information.
Contact Dermatitis - is another reason for a groin rash. The genital are is very sensitive, and may react badly to new soaps or
laundry detergent (for example).
Some people just have a simple rash due to rubbing against a body part...which can happen if the person is overweight.
The constant rubbing causes the dermis to crack and develop
fissures. These cracks are like tiny openings which can become infected
To really identify what type you have, it's best to take a scrapping and have it examined under a microscope. Your doctor can do this if he can't identify it by examining the area.
If you rash is extremely itchy or is bleeding or blistering, you should see a doctor right away.
Please Note: We are not able to diagnose. If you're experiencing serious symptoms such as fever or headaches please see your dermatologist.
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