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best way to get rid of itching and fungus in groin area

Can anyone suggest best way to get rid of itching and fungus in groin area ,which was caused due to excessive sweat and long sitting .Also solution for darkened skin due to itching.

Even When I bath and go out for sometime or sit for long time the itching starts around penis area ,when i`m outside in sun for long time,sweating starts and aggravates itching.

Please provide permanent solution.
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replied November 14th, 2014
Thank you fro asking

Question has answers in it. Sweating increases the probability of infection and itself triggers itch centre of the skin. Just modify the groin hygiene, keep the area hair free, use loose undergarments, bath regularly, avoid unnecessary sits in hot bath, warm itself is a trigger for itch, apply some topical antifungals and modify coital hygiene.

You will be fine.

take care


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