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Severe itching, bumps on inner thighs, near pubic hair. Tried neosporin, betnovate. Permanent cure?

Hi doc, I have severe itching on the inner side of thighs, and also on the pubic hair region, and the waistline. Sometimes there will be itchy bumps also. I have used a lot of creams like Neosporin H, Betnovate , Itch Gaurd, Lobate GM , Permite with Ivermectin tab, etc. Sometimes it gets releived, but it appears again after 2-3 days. There is severe itching for about 5 minutes, 3-4 times a day.
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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your symptoms direct the diagnosis of intertrigo or tinea cruris infection (fungal). Try to keep your waistline,inner thighs dry by using a powder,loose cotton underwear clothing,avoid tight fitting clothes and clean the area by bathing. this can be treated by topical antifungal creams. consult a dermatologist for appropriate antifungal treatment.
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