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Does herpes look like jock itch? Could it look like a skin yeast infection? Dr. thinks I have jock itch. But rash has been in bikini line for 2months.

For sure not herpes. No doctor is likely to mix up herpes with the kind of rash caused by jock itch (or its equivalent in women). And herpes outbreaks never last 2 months -- each outbreak always clears up entirely within a couple weeks. There is no chance this is herpes. Read more...

Could it be a yeast infection? "hi, I have a rash in between my leg and my vergina an it was itchy and it was pilling I m assuming due to the scratching I would to but know its not itchy but it is sensitive and red but it looks like its going away. Is it

There . There are many possible source of your "rash". Allergic reaction: could you be sensitive to the material or elastic in a swimsuit, panties, shorts or pants? If so, an antihistimene tablet would help (benadryl, claritin, (loratadine) zyrtec) yeast: typically red with well defined borders, and a hazy white surface. May or may not have clumpy-white discharge. You can try any of the yeast preparations. Irritant: extremely itchy and red. Try an anti-itch cream (outside only). The drug stores have 1% hydrocortisone. Good luck. Read more...

I'm using lotromin on my newborns neck creases to treat yeast infection. Is it supposed to look worse? He has pimple like rash and looks like spreadin

Maybe not fungus. Newborns have a lot of adjusting to do to extra uterine life. One of them is skin adaptation. Are you doing this treatment on your own or under a pediatrician's advice? Neck crease rashes are usually seborrhea, not a fungus. Check with your pediatrician for proper attention to her skin. Read more...

How do I know if I have herpes or yeast infection?

Herpes Vs .Yeast. Herpes outbreaks are usually a small cluster of very painful blisters that as they age ulcerate into raw open skin that is very painful. Yeast infections are usually red, dry flaking itchy skin that covers a much larger area than the small herpes outbreaks. Read more...