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Reappearing small balls around inner thigh, used cloben g. What measures should i take to avoid it?

hi for past 3 months on both my inner thighs 3 inches away from scrotum . it appears initially with 2-3 small balls , but gradually it developd in v shape. After applying cloben g ointment 2/3 times a day and continued 3 days it disappears but then after a month it appears again. I bathe twice a day and dont use anybody's towel. Mostly i ear loose pants avoiding friction. I wears v shape cotton inner wears.Should i wear wear. short type innera wears and what ointment i should apply and what food i should avoid.. pl advise.
Asked On : Mon, 15 Apr 2013
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hi.. the skin lesions you are seeing on the thigh could be a fungal infection(tinea corporis) with secondary bacterial infection.. see your dermatalogist for the ointment and drug.. ointment containing antifungal and antibacterial ointment... it happens because the area is warm and miost.. use some antifungal dusting powder after the shower.. wear dry and cotton clothes.. all the best..
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