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Itchiness in inner thighs, redness on scratching, overweight, brown discoloration between thighs. Treatment?

Good day doctors I am a female , late 30 s been experiencing itchness at my inner thighs..no bumps etc but after scratching it will become red cant stop scratching it...have been having it for nearly 2 years..untill my inner thighs are turning brown in colour before it was not soo much but lately its getting worse im considered to be overweight , living in saudi arabia really appreciate if you could help me Thanks
Asked On : Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Hi,
the main problem is your weight and constant friction in walking results in the problems you are facing.
POSSIBLY YOU ARE HAVING FUNGAL INFECTION AND NEED ANTIFUNGAL MEDICINES .
USE ANTI FUNGAL DUSTING POWDER REGULARLY .tKE ANTI FUNGAL LIKE FORCAN 150 ONCE WEEKLY FOR 4 WEEKS .
GET YOU BLOOD SUGAR CHECK UP .
A CONSULTATION WITH DERMATOLOGIST BETTER TO TAKE AND FOLLOW ADVICE .
TAKE MEASURES TO LOOSE WEIGHT BY REGULAR EXERCISES AND HEALTHY BALANCED DIET .
Hope you be all right soon

Answered: Fri, 14 Sep 2012
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