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Jock itch AKA tinea: Cruris is a fungal infection of the groin area (like athlete's foot is of the feet). Fungi love dark, warm, moist areas; so keep the area dry by changing underwear often, using talc (no corn starch) &/or powdered antifungal spray like cruex (can also use desinex, etc.) also use Lamisil (terbinafine) cream to cure the fungus faster. Wash briefs/bath towels in hot water to kill fungus. Takes 2-4 weeks to resolve. ...Read more
Prothrombin complex: Studies that giving prothrombin complex(pcc) will reverse the effects of rivoroxaban. ...Read more
Yeast infection: See a gynecologist now for full eval. Female are prone to vaginal bacterial or yeast infections which can produce your symptoms. You did not say it was a vaginal discharge,but my answer is for that problem. Your doc will test the discharge and provide prescriptions to end your problem today, and offer pointers now to prevent similar future problems ...Read more
I have been having some issues "down there," in the beginning I just noticed some what of an ich and now it's all the time. What could it be?
I found some spots by my ass and they Ich what does that mean I would like to know if it is anything that I have to worry about it or not.
Hello I have a bunch of white discoled spots on my back it doesnt ich its just white not red. I also tan and I cant tan those spots. what do u think?
Are they new?: This is most often tinea versicolor, a mild easy-to-manage superficial fungus. Read up on it. A more striking and intractable cause of new-onset pale spots is vitiligo. If you have always had them, they may be ash leaf spots. Try whatever over-the-counter treatment for tinea versicolor that your pharmacist recommends and if it doesn't work, get with your physician. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are these white splotches on my daughter they don't ich they come and go and there on her chest and back and neck?
How do acute, short-term drops in BP cause kidney damage and/or failure? What should I watch for? Occurred multiple times after ich/hydrocephalus.
It's because...: The elderly with multiple medical conditions such as poor kidney function, hypertension, diabetes, etc. Tend to be more vulnerable to sudden BP drop resulting in further kidney damage by poor circulation and ischemia of kidneys. But its degree may vary and be unpredictable. For the time being, try not standing up quickly, keep up more adaptable exercise, and adjust medication... Talk with doctors. ...Read more
My skin is getting darker from last one mont I had a good white complexion now it's becoming darker and darker with a ich on my face sometimes.help me?
Hyperpigmentation?: If you have darkening on non sun exposed areas there could be a problem. Cortisol and ACTH should be checked. Healing rashes can also cause darkening. Consider a private consultation. ...Read more
Epistaxis : Is nose bleed. It can happen with nasal allergies(running nose, sneezing, or itchiness), dryness in nose , getting hit on nose (sneezing is a way of getting hit in nose- lots of force when sneezing). This cause capillaries to bleed. Take zyrtec, apply vaseline inside nose. Hope it helps. ...Read more
Seriously ill : Intracranial hemorrhages regardless of their location, subdural, epidural, subarachnoid or intraparenchymal are serious conditions. Epidural hemorrhages and subdural hematomas are addressed sugically. Aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage can be addressed surgically or by coiling. Intraparenchymal hemorrhage is usually treated medically, though complications may require neurosurgical assistance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My feet have been ichey for the past week, I tried stuff like atleaths foot but now they ich more and it kind of hurts?
Need for a diagnosis: Yes it could be a superficial fungus (eg athlete's feet), and perhaps it was not treated long enough with the right cream and powder; these critters grow in dark, moist corners of the body. It may be another problem, some infections cause itchy feet. Is it the whole foot, does it correspond with your shoeware (contact dermatitis). May need gp or dermatologist to diagnose and fully treat the prob. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer