Q. Please suggest a suitable medicine for the skin rashes present in the thighs.

Answered by
Dr. Snehal Laul
and medically reviewed by iCliniq medical review team.
This is a premium question & answer published on Nov 30, 2020

Hello Doctor, I am a 45 year old Male.

1.I have got dry skin patches adjacent to both the nostrils adjacent to moustache , which itches slightly but rarely.Also it has become whitish in colour. 2.I have got severe itching and skin rash in the inner regions of both the thighs adjacent to genitals.

Please suggest suitable medicine or treatment for same.

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Diabetic? Fungal infection in past? Recurrent episode? Annular ring like inflammatory lesions with elevated margins? Spreading lesions? Excess Scratching and rubbing of lesion? Excess sweating? Tight clothes? ATTACH PICTURE of lesion for confirmation of diagnosis.

Non diabetic

Fungal infection in past Recurrent episode

Tight innerwears

Slight Sweating

Photos attached

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Miconazole gel twice daily for 30days (on groin region )

Moisturex soft cream on beard lesions for 20 days.

Ketoconazole soap or Dersil AF body wash for bath (for groin region)

Candid dusting powder (Clotrimazole dusting powder)after bath for 30 days.

Tab Levocetrizine 5mg at night for 15 days(if itching).

Avoid Scratching or rubbing lesions as it may cause secondary bacterial infection and spreading of fungal infection. Keep groin region dry as moisture favours fungal growth. Wear loose thin comfortable cotton inners. Stay in cool well ventilated room/ environment .

Avoid humidity/heat/maceration/occlusion/friction in groin. Hygiene plays very important role, so maintain proper hygiene. Bath twice daily with lukewarm water. Pat dry area and apply cream with clean hands. Wash clothes separately in hot water. Use separate towel/soap for groin region. Avoid sharing personal belongings as it is contagious(fungal infection in groin)

Luliconazole cream is also effective as Miconazole for fungal infection in groin.(can use both alternatively)


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