Dr. Vinay Kumar
MD SKIN & VD., MD MICRO., DVD., MBBS., MPH (USA
Cosmetology, Dermatology, Microbiology, Venereology
Welcome back to icliniq.com.
I understand your concerns.
In most instances, it is best to not let the infection develop as that is the best strategy to deal with after effects of disease manifestation.
However, in most cases like yours, the pigmentation is likely to subside with time.
Here under, are listed some measures that will help in faster clearance in most cases, as this is my observation on patients in my practice:
- Avoid friction.
- Wash or sponge frequently.
- Avoid chemicals and perfumes like deodorants on this area.
- Use antioxidants, referred to in previous post.
- Avoid sun exposure.
If possible, get culture sensitivity of pus from lesions done as antibiotics might be needed in persistent cases.
My best wishes and take good care of yourself.
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