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What is the best way to keep sensitive places for men clean?

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What is the best way to keep sensitive places for men clean from alinver and other stuff %0A%0A
Posted Mon, 2 Sep 2013 in General Health
 
 
Answered by Dr. Bindiya Bhaskar 3 hours later
Hello,

Thanks for writing to XXXXXXX forum


To keep sensitive places clean,rinse with lukewarm saline at the area.

Remove unwanted hair at the area.

Clean the area with antiseptic lotion.

After bath,dry the area and apply aloe vera gel.

Avoid wearing the same garments more than once.

Before bath,you can apply olive oil on skin to keep skin texture smooth.

Please feel free to ask furtherqueries
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Follow-up: What is the best way to keep sensitive places for men clean? 16 hours later
Is there diff between antispetic solaution and lotion%3F
 
 
Answered by Dr. Bindiya Bhaskar 2 days later
Hello,

Thanks for your feedback.


Antiseptic solution usually contains iodine as a main ingredient which help to remove the micro-organisms,where as lotion is mild wash solution.

Depending on the severity of condition solution can be selected.

Follow the instructions as I mentioned earlier.

Hope this helps out.

Take care.

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Follow-up: What is the best way to keep sensitive places for men clean? 11 hours later
Thank you will be the same for boil furuncle? There is one and been long here
 
 
Answered by Dr. Bindiya Bhaskar 5 days later
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You need antibiotic

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Apologies for the late reply…

Boil and furuncle need antibiotic cream/ointment (cream is a water based applicant and ointment is an oil based formula). Many of those are available over the counter. Neosporin and bactroban are few examples.

That being said, if the lesion that you describe has been there for a very long time, then it is either not a boil/furuncle or it may not respond well to topical agents. Visiting a doctor for closer examination and for right treatment is recommended.

Regards
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