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Brownish discoloration in the pelvic area, skin peeling. Had a hysterectomy. Remedy?

Hello, I have been having some brownish coloration of my inside my legs near pelvic area, this area also seems to peel once in a while, and gets really sore. I had a complete hysterectomy in 2008. I dont have a family doctor. Please help me find a solution to making this area better. I have taken many baking soda baths, and tried different creams but nothing seems to work. Thanks
Asked On : Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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hi...thanks for writing here.Area inside of legs near pelvic area is known as a intertriginous area.This area is always moist along with constant rubbing,so there is always chance of developing fungal infections.Keep area as dry as possible,use loose undergarments use ,antifungal powders .Baking soda will irritate the skin and do not apply it.Get your blood sugar done,and still problem persists then consult dermatologist.
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