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My My Groin Burns
A specialty: Severe burns, especially in children, should be treated at a burn center. The main principles are to replace fluids, excise and graft 3rd degree burns early and prevent and treat infection. Less severe burns can often be treated as an outpatient with topical mild antiseptic creams. They should be managed by a general or plastic surgeon. ...Read more
Doctor's opinion? My whole body itches a lot.Esp my groin area, my penis burns sometimes and than itches.My thighs, arms, penis.?
See a doctor: You really need to seek medical attention. This combination of symptoms may be caused by conditions that require a prescription for treatment. Sexual contact should be avoided until you see a doctor and have a resolution. ...Read more
I had a reaction to 1% clotrimzole cream i used in my groin which burns when applied so i rinsed it off. But now when i moisturize the area it burns?
I hv a sudden burning sensation in my groin area it occured last week after sex. There is no itching but burns?
Family Practice: I'm not sure where your discomfort is. If its burning is it worse with urination. If it is outside does it bother you/worse with pressing in the area. Sometimes friction from intercourse can cause burning. Uti or ovarian pain/burning is my guess doubt anything serious but if it continues get checked out. ...Read more
I woke up with a sharp pain in my thigh near groin area. It feels like muscle pain but worse. It burns and tingles in the area also.?
I have nair chemical burns on my under arms, legs, and groin area. How do i treat them and how long before they heal and the discomfort goes away?
Have a red cut in my groin area where leg meets scrotum in one side.It burns when i put water on it and when i stretch the skin there. No itching.
Intertrigo: Well there are many rashes in the groin which are possible, yours sounds a lot like intertrigo. This is a rash caused by various organisms and skin conditions in the areas where the skin meets other skin like the groin the scrotal folds against the groin, underarms, and sub-mammary areas. You really should see a dermatologist about making the exact diagnosis and getting treatment. ...Read more