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Rahul

Dermatologist, Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar

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I have seen a patch on my penis & the skin between my thigh & penis is itching continuously from 15 days.

B.Sc. - Dietitics / Nutrition, Nutrition Certification,Registered Dietitian
Dietitian/Nutritionist, Delhi
I have seen a patch on my penis & the skin between my thigh & penis is itching continuously from 15 days.
it could be jock itch. Jock itch is a very common groin rash. Roughly half of jock itch is due to fungus. The remainder is caused by moisture, irritation, and bacterial overgrowth. In most cases, jock itch can be treated at home effectively. You can try the following remedies to get rid of the infection: 1. Apply over-the-counter antifungal cream, powder, or spray to the affected area - our best options include Lamisil, Lotrimin Ultra, and/or Naftin. These are more expensive, but they will get rid of jock itch faster. Prefer Lotrimin Ultra which contains Butenafine Hydrochloride over regular Lotrimin AF which just contains clotrimazole. Studies have shown Butenafine can be faster and more effective than clotrimazole. You can also purchase cheaper creams containing clotrimazole or miconazole. These will take a little longer to work, but they will effectively wipe out jock itch. 2. Wash the affected area thoroughly with soap and warm water. 3. Dry the affected area thoroughly after bathing and exercise. 4. Change clothes and undergarments every day. 5. Wear loose cotton clothing. Avoid wearing any clothing that rubs or irritates your crotch. 6. Treat any other fungal infections, such as athlete’s foot. Doing this will decrease the risk for recurrence.
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I am a 21 years old male and I'm facing a problem of stretch marks all over my shoulders and they are almost covering my chest too. Any remedies for it.

BHMS
Homeopath, Faridabad
There's no way to prevent stretch marks. There are no products on the market that can prevent them, Creams that claim to work on stretch marks are applied to the external layer of skin. But they won't reach the layer underneath, which is the part that stretches. So There's no need to spend lots of money on creams and lotions. Make your Own Stretch Marks Removing Lotion:-For this, mix ¼ cup aloe vera gel and ½ cup extra virgin oil. Break open 6 Vitamin E capsules and 3-4 Vitamin A capsules and add the liquid to the oil and gel mixture. Mix all the ingredients and store it in a bottle. This is your natural lotion to remove stretch marks. Keep this bottle in the refrigerator. Apply daily on the stretch marks. Shake the bottle before use.
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Wife is in the ninth month of pregnancy. She is suffering from itching problem since a month. No tube provided not being so helpful. Even unable to sleep over the night.

MBBS, DGO, MD, Fellowship in Gynae Oncology
Gynaecologist, Delhi
Wife is in the ninth month of pregnancy. She is suffering from itching problem since a month. No tube provided not be...
Hello, Having itchiness and sleep issues is a common tendency due to sudden and excessive weight gain in the third trimester of pregnancy. Your wife can sleep in left lateral position for some relief.
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From last 1-1.5 years my hair are turning white. It was taken place after dengue. What can I do for it and do I have to change my diet for recovery from it?

Diploma In Dermatology And Venerology And Leprosy (DDVL), Fellowship in Dermatosurgery
Dermatologist, Belgaum
From last 1-1.5 years my hair are turning white. It was taken place after dengue. What can I do for it and do I have ...
white hair are mainly due to hereditary factors. There first thing I would like to clear is there is nothing available to make the already white hair into black except hair colours. If at all you want to opt for hair colour go for a colour which is free from ppd rather then ammonia. Ppd is the main root cause for most hair colour allergies not ammonia. There are medicines available which claim 30-40% reduction in the development of grey hair in future if you use them for a period of 6 months. But the sad part is neither you know nor I know what % of your hair are going to turn grey in next 6 months. And make a note if you are planning to colour your hair, don't apply the colour over the roots and scalp and preferably avoid the unseen hair from colouring.
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Warts vs. Moles - What You Need To Know?

Fellow of ACSI , Fellow of IADVL , MD - Dermatology, Venereology & Leprosy, MBBS
Dermatologist, Ghaziabad
Warts vs. Moles - What You Need To Know?

Everyone wants to have a bright and radiating skin. But blemishes and skin abnormalities are common and can occur due to lifestyle, diet or hormonal imbalances. Moles and warts are typical skin issues. But how do you tell them apart?

Moles – What are they?

Hardly ever causing pain, they appear in many different colours and can be bumpy or flat. Most often of red, brown or black colour, they occur as a result of skin pigmentation called melanocytes. They can be caused due to direct exposure to sunlight or due to genetic factors as well. They can appear in any part of the body and form slowly, taking a long time to grow.

Warts – What are they?

Small bumps or rough growth on the skin that appear in hands, legs, fingers, soles of the feet, face or in the genital area manifest as warts. They are white or pale. They occur as a result of harmful virus infection of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and hence, can be contagious. As opposed to moles, warts need to be removed quickly since a virus causes them.

How do you differentiate a mole from a wart?
Below are some common characteristics of each that can help you identify the skin problem:

Moles

  • Either flat or elevated from the skin, they are commonly referred to as beauty marks or birth marks.
  • At times, they have hair growing from them.
  • Usually, they have one colour – mostly on the darker side.
  • It cannot be transmitted between people.
  • They are generated by a collection of pigment cells in the body and darken during hormonal changes.
  • They tend to become cancerous and lead to melanoma.

Warts

  • They are harmless, yet contagious.
  • They have small black or dark dots in the centre that are tiny blood vessels, which provide them with nutrients.
  • They grow outwards on the skin with a scaly or bumpy deposit.
  • They can grow anywhere on the body, but are commonly found in feet, hands or fingers.

How to treat warts and moles?

The good news is that both warts and moles do not pose a grave risk to your health, but they are annoying and can turn dangerous in the long run. Especially with warts, you can give it to someone or acquire from someone, since it is a type of virus infection. So, seek medical assistance if you want them to be removed from your skin.

Be aware of the difference between warts and moles to know what you are dealing with. Consult a dermatologist to decide the right steps to remove it or not.

Both warts and moles can be treated with Radiofrequency ablation or CO2 laser.

In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!

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Hello doctor I am abdulla shaikh I am 25 year old man I have hair fall problem and also my hair is getting white what should I do tell me.

BHMS
Homeopath, Solan
Hello doctor I am abdulla shaikh I am 25 year old man I have hair fall problem and also my hair is getting white what...
Hi, please take homeopathic medicine lyco 200, acid phos 200 5 drops in few luke water and apply sbk arnica hair oil, arnica shampoo. Give massage to your hair by adding coconut oil plus almond plus olive oil plus castor oil and eat one piece of amla, one piece of coconut daily, boil some curry leaves in add coconut oil and you can also apply methi seeds paste and apply lemon and wash after half hour.
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