Jock Itch or Tinea Crurisis is a stinging rash that appears in the groin. It can spread to the buttocks and inner thighs, if left untreated. Though it mostly affects men, women are also not immune to this annoying problem.
Prev post1 of 3Next A boil is a kind of skin infection that happens due to an acute staphylococcal infection of hair follicle. It is also known as skin abscess. Generally a boil occurs on the inner thigh but it can also occur on face, armpit, back of the neck, throat, groin and buttocks. Some
Diaper Rash With Yeast Infection Signs: This red, raised rash shows up in the groin, around the genitals, in the creases of the hips, or on the buttocks. It itches or irritates. Signs of an accompanying yeast infection are round, red spots separate from but near the main rash. (Learn more here.)
Prickly heat causes a rash made up of tiny spots, or bumps, surrounded by a patch of red skin. Sometimes, the spots look like tiny blisters. This rash may cause mild swelling, itching, stinging or a prickling sensation. It can affect any part of your body, but most commonly appears on the back, abdomen, neck, upper chest; groin, armpits, hands or feet.
Prev post1 of 3Next Jock itch, medically known as tinea cruris, is a fungal infection caused by the fungus trichophyton rubrum. Jock itch affects both men and women and commonly occurs on the groin, buttocks, genital area and inner thighs. However, it is more common in men. Other factors that increase the risk of developing