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Darkened skin at groin area
I had jock itch a long time ago. After it got cured, the skin area which was affected became darker. I thought it would go away, but it remains as it is.
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Apply urea based creams to the area and chemical peels might help
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This is pigmentation after joch itch It will fade away very slowly If friction happens in these areas , pigmentation can be persistently there due to friction itself . If friction isnt happening there then you can apply lightening creams with proper Check up So that it will reduce
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Use light weight clothes , avoid tight one
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Hello sir, Homoeopathic medicines is very effective for itching.In your case detail case history is required .
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You can take direct online consultation with me for further treatment guidance and cure.
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It's very common to have this pigmentation post fungal infection, consult dermatologist directly in clinic for thorough clinical examination n treatment accordingly
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visit doctor in person
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Don't worry. You can consult the doctor online or visit our clinic so that we can check your condition and advice you the treatment accordingly.
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No need to worry.specific treatment is available.it depends on severity of the disease . Complete medical history is required.. Pls do online consultation with Dermatologist for detailed prescription & guidance.
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It Can be treated with medicine.... kindly consult online.
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