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Dear sir,
i have itching and due to that colour chnge also near the penis area but not in my penis what is this actually? what i can do for solving it?
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replied March 10th, 2012
Welcome to e health forum.

Itching and discoloration of the genital region can be due to fungal infections (Tinea Cruris, ringworm) also called Jock Itch. Other causes of genital itching can be due to allergy,skin friction Eczema, and bacterial infections.

You may consult with your doctor for a examination and undergo proper treatment for the specific conditions.

The following tips may prevent such issues from occuring:-

1. Wash your groin daily, then dry thoroughly. Drying is perhaps the most important point. (A hairdryer is useful if you have hairy groins.)

2. Change underwear daily.

3. Avoiding use of excessive force and friction during masturbation would also be helpful.

4. Avoiding soaps, and hygiene products containing synthetic or harsh chemicals.

I hope this helps.
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replied July 18th, 2012
mycoderm powder

ZOLE F Ointment

Ringgaurd

Candid-B cream

Fluconazole 150 mg

which is the most effective from the above ?
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replied January 10th, 2013
i m using ring gard but not working plz tell what other thing can i use
i cant consult a doc
for consulting i gotta tel it to my family first
and i dont want to
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