With that information its a bit difficult come to a conclusion.But still , this could be rash due excessive sweating or a fungal infection.Please mention the treatment you have taken so far and the response.What time of the day and year do you have this?When do you have this since?
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According to the sites involved it seems to be only a fungal infection.You need to take fungicidal medicines for that and always apply anti fungal powder over the area.Also if the problem is very chronic or recurrent ,then get your blood sugar level tested.
The complete course is usually of 6 weeks ,if you are taking incomplete treatment then it would recur.Consult a dermatologist f or proper treatment.
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