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Inflamed on inner thigh, not fungal

Inflamed inner thigh, checked by Gp and not fungal , Gp said it just happends and to live with it...Background male age 41. exersised 3-4 hrs a day until problem started and no had problem for over apr 14 months. i do know they say do not use the web but hey ho when all else fails.
Asked On : Fri, 30 Mar 2012
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Hi, I don't know weather your GP has performed any test or it was his clinical judgement, I think there is no harm in trying an anti-fungal cream, as this is a common cause of problems, like your's. It may also represent an allergic reaction to a new product you have tried or new garment material you are using, analyze yourself & if the answer is yes stop it at once. Some times overuse of perfumed or antiseptic soaps also cause such problems, if that is the case stop it at once. Third & most important is get your blood sugar tested ( fasting & two hours after meal), as a new onset diabetes may present this way! If all this fails then you should go straight to a dermatologist. A skin specialist is the most appropriate person for you to of luck.
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