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Exercises For Getting Rid Of Fat Around The Groin
Keep on getting ingrown cysts in groin area. Why is this? How to prevent it and treatment other than surgery to get rid off it???
Ingrown cyst: By ingrown cysts I'm assuming that you're talking about cysts caused by ingrown hairs. This is common with shaving the groin area to closely. It can cause folliculitis or inflammation of hair follicles. If you avoid shaving close that usually solves the problem. Also you can see you doctor and they prescribe an antibiotic which helps it clear up faster. I hope I answered your question :) ...Read more
If my crotch is really itchy occasionally, does that mean that my warts are coming back or does that mean that the body is getting rid of the HPV?
Belly fat: You cannot preferentially lose fat from one specific area of the body (naturally). However, overall weight loss will contribute to loss over different body areas. Exercise can be used to firm, tone and sculpt. ...Read more
Be patient & keep: Your home environment calm. Currently, Speech/Language Therapists for adults who stutter/stammer address learning to slow down speech, regulate breathing & gradually go from single-syllable responses to longer words & more complex sentences. SLT's & psychologists also address the anxiety a person who stammers feels when speaking. Long-term efficacy of electronic devices has not been proven ...Read more
Fat loss: Selective fat loss is only achieved with liposuction. Exercise regularly with both aerobic and resistance training. Diet maintenance is important so find a life style nutritional plan that you enjoy and provides the right nutrition and calories that you need to reduce your body fat. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes: I do not know your specific situation. Consider a trial of a whole foods plant based vegan diet along with exercise. If you are concerned about getting enough protein, eat nuts, seeds, beans and maybe some grains (if allergies/sensitivities to these do not exist). If your digestive system tolerates these, eat lots of vegetable salads, homemade vegetable soups, raw seeds and nuts. ...Read more
Fat & lumps: You can not spot lose fat. If you have actual lumps - would recommend medical evaluation of these. ...Read more
The skin on my inner thighs near the crotch are very dark. I'm underweight and has never been fat. Is there something I can do to get rid of it? Thank
Maybe not: Darkening of skin in the genitals area, extending to the inner thighs, runs in some families. If many of the adults in the family have the same coloring, then it is likely normal for that family. One can see his primary care doctor for an opinion. The doctor may refer to an endocrinologist to see if there is a hormonal imbalance. Once in a while, hormone problems can cause skin darkening there. ...Read more
Smelly groin rash: A smelly groin rash usually indicates the possibility of an infection either bacterial fungal or viral. Important is personal hygiene, cotton underwear with frequent changes and application of medication if necessary. ...Read more
I have these big pimple/boil like things on my groin. I don't know how to get rid of them. Please help?
See MD: I'd see a physician. You may need antibiotics and/or the lesion may need to be drained. ...Read more
Shaving: If they are not "razor bumps" your DR needs to have a look. ...Read more
How do I get rid of red patches in my groin it's from sweat and my skin rubbing off my scroutum. How long will it take to clear?
Every time I shave my groin and inner thighs, I get very bad razor burn. What can I do to prevent this?
Tips: Insure that you use fresh sharp blades vice dull blades. If the hair is more than several mm long – then trim it before shaving it. Wash the area before shaving – warm water can help to soften the hairs. Use a lubricant when shaving. Avoid using products that contain alcohol or are scented. Shave in the direction of the hair – not against it. Be gentle when shaving – don’t push down too hard. ...Read more
Antibiotic: Boils are purulent bacterial infections of hair follicles, groin and axilla are conductive to multiple/recurrent infections due to excessive moisture. Infection in the axilla and groin may need antibiotic treatment and removal of ingrown hair, if present. If the boils are recurrent you should get checked out for predisposing factors like diabetes or immune deficiency. ...Read more
How to get rid of stretch marks on butt groin n side waist n knees I m 19 yr old n hav gain weighed?
I am 35 week pregnant, noticed small pimple like appearance in groin as well as pubic areas, no itching but irritating. How can I get rid off?
I am 20 and a female I have suffered with boils and abscess in my groin area and under my arms any idea what it is and how to get rid of it?
How do I get rid of inner thigh close to groin peeling and irritation caused by use of fragrance pads a few months ago. Area is red and peeling?
Contact dermatitis: It seems you suffered of a contact dermatitis which happens when our skin comes in contact with a substance or material that irritates it and it is sensitive to. Hydrocortisone and emollients can help relief symptoms. Do not be exposed to what caused irritation again. Try not to scratch it in order to avoid infections. ...Read more
I treated a groin fungal infection a few years ago that left me with skin discoloration in the same area. How do I get rid of this discoloration?
Could be erythrasma which is a common cause of groin rash in men and which is often mistaken for a fungal infection. Treatment is simple, with antiseptics or antibiotics. Suggest see your GP to check exactly what's going on.
More info on this link https://www. Dermnetnz. Org/topics/erythrasma ...Read more
Hi there, I am 52 and had a R total hip rplacement 4 mos ago. Immediately following surgery I had SEVERE pain in my R groin. I had been stretching A LOT prior to surgery to help prevent any possible strains. I still have to hold and lift my leg to get int
Orthopedic surgeon: It is best to report this to your orthopedic surgeon who will evaluate your hip and prescribe detailed physical therapy for you. I agree that after four months your hip symptoms are unusual and Inguinal ligament damage may have occurred from too much strain preoperatively. Unfortunately it takes months for inguinal ligament damage to heal. ...Read more