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Skin around genital area getting dark, itchy than other skin parts. Possible cause and solution?

hi,i am a male and 30 years old.Recently i have noticed that my skin around genitals region is getting dark compared to other skin parts and also it itches a s about 3-4 months that i have noticed it.What is the reason behind this and how can I solve this problem?Is the problem serious or is it just normal in all human beings?By the way I want to get rid of this problem as soon as possible?Please suggest me some solution.
Asked On : Mon, 7 Jan 2013
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Hi dear there are points. First normally also the genital skin is dark and becomes more dark with age. But in ur case it is itching also. So it is a fungal infection called as tinea cruris. Dont worry much . Here is treatment for u.
Use oint clodid b once in night for one week. Following this use oint clotrimazole twice daily for one month. Remember to continue for one month. U ll be fine. Thank u
Answered: Tue, 8 Jan 2013
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