eczema on groin area help needed!
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Sam

UK

#45 Dec 28, 2012
Jess wrote:
Hello,
I have told my family and they said theses things happen naturally but u should always moisturise you skin because dry skin is usually the problem and can produce eczema.
In some cases too much moisture is the problem however. Many people's eczema is caused by an allergy (all eczema is a sort of allergic reaction, I believe), and often by dust mite detritus. This is the cause of my eczema, for example.
Dust mites love damp / humid conditions, and the groin is a naturally moist area (skin is in contact with skin and sweat accumulates in folds of skin), so the more moisture you have in your groin area the worse the problem will be in such cases.
Personally I can't think of many reasons why eczema would be particularly bad in the groin other than:
1. topical irritation (build up of chemicals / shampoos / lubes in public hair, contact with irritating sanitary towels or underwear, or irritation caused by shaving etc.), or
2. allergic reaction to dust mite build up in this particularly moist area
If it doesn't sound like (1) is the cause of your problem, then perhaps you should investigate (2), and if dust mites affect you (simple blood test will determine this).
bernard

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#47 Feb 27, 2013
Hi,I am suffering from this itchiness in my groin area for almost 12 yyears now.i cant stand it anymore.sometimes it gets very red and small bumps start to appear now.i think mine is getting very serious.its too irritating that sometimes i cant do my daily routine.i have tried using a cream before,that is BEPROSALIC,and it dissapears.but later,it will reappear.i am 19 years old now and i cant enjoy myself because of this dermatitis.i am so frustrated now that i have no idea.sometimes,i just feel like cutting the skin in my groin area.at times,the area will feel so watery and it smells like rotten fish.all of my shorts smell like that.please help me out.i really need some assistance....
help

Riccall, UK

#48 Mar 2, 2013
Hi,

Tell your mom and pops, they will be cool, its a normal illness! Then go with your dad to see the doctor,
he will sort you out some medication that will clear it. Dont be scared to tell your mum and dad, they love you.
annoymouse wrote:
i am 14 and i have had ecxema for about 5 years around my groin. i am to embarest to tell my parents or see a doctor. what should i do about it?
Sam

Berlin, Germany

#49 Mar 3, 2013
bernard wrote:
Hi,I am suffering from this itchiness in my groin area for almost 12 yyears now.i cant stand it anymore.sometimes it gets very red and small bumps start to appear now.i think mine is getting very serious.its too irritating that sometimes i cant do my daily routine.i have tried using a cream before,that is BEPROSALIC,and it dissapears.but later,it will reappear.i am 19 years old now and i cant enjoy myself because of this dermatitis.i am so frustrated now that i have no idea.sometimes,i just feel like cutting the skin in my groin area.at times,the area will feel so watery and it smells like rotten fish.all of my shorts smell like that.please help me out.i really need some assistance....
try to identify what makes it better or worse. do certain foods affect it? showering more or less frequently? stress? maybe you have used brprosalic so long now that it is ineffective, or even making it worse? if you scratch during the day then you can work on psychological approaches to stop that. if you do it at night, you can try anti histamine pills to reduce itching. you could read "the eczema solution". you could get a blood test to see if an allergy is making it worse, or a skin patch test, which puts different potential irritants n contact with your skin to see what causes your eczema. there are other options too. get scientific about finding how to control your problem, that way you can find how to reduce it.
behn

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#50 Mar 6, 2013
Sam wrote:
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try to identify what makes it better or worse. do certain foods affect it? showering more or less frequently? stress? maybe you have used brprosalic so long now that it is ineffective, or even making it worse? if you scratch during the day then you can work on psychological approaches to stop that. if you do it at night, you can try anti histamine pills to reduce itching. you could read "the eczema solution". you could get a blood test to see if an allergy is making it worse, or a skin patch test, which puts different potential irritants n contact with your skin to see what causes your eczema. there are other options too. get scientific about finding how to control your problem, that way you can find how to reduce it.
thank you for the advice.ill try these methods out.thannk you.

Since: Mar 13

North Battleford, Canada

#51 Mar 7, 2013
I just came across a product that is making my skin feel great. I do not suffer from eczema but I do have a couple of friends that have children that do and use this product and the eczema is cleared up. It is all natural and not expensive. If you would like more informtion message me back.
Taurus

Cypress, TX

#52 Apr 21, 2013
banshee wrote:
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Go to the doctor and get clobetasol propionate cream. It is not too expensive and it shut my eczema right down. I had it on my hands and feet for years and thought nothing would ever help. But I haven't had to use the cream for years now, though if the eczema came back I would use it in a heartbeat. It's a sure remedy for me.
I have had eczema in my groin area for over two years now. I started using this cream and it REALLY works. Unfortunately, if I stop using it, the eczema returns...I'm now out of the cream and in a real bind. To make matters worse, I read online that this is a steroid cream and should not be continually used over two weeks.
Out of desperation, I used Aquaphor today, it seems to have soothed the itching. Hoping I can continue on this and will not have a problem. I've also been wondering about coconut oil and coincidentally I read in one of the replies that they have used it as well. Anyways, I'll keep posted if I anything works....
ejw

Corpus Christi, TX

#53 Aug 8, 2013
annoymouse wrote:
i am 14 and i have had ecxema for about 5 years around my groin. i am to embarest to tell my parents or see a doctor. what should i do about it?
Honey please get over you embrassement and talk to your parents about your condition. They will be able to get you to a doctor who may be able to help you get better. YOu are so young to take on such a painful and distressing condition along..Please talk you your parents.
renee

Carolina Beach, NC

#54 Dec 15, 2013
old dr gave my mom mazon soap and salve when my brother had eczema so bad they had to tye his hands to keep him from scrayching his face he had it so bad mom kelpt it on there and it not only cleared it up he did not ever have it again I had it after I was born and she did the same to me I have not ever had it again I did the same with my son he also was cured the medicaided brands of mazon is the old brand soap and salve beware of the so called generic brands on here they are not the old stuff
slioppy

San Jose, CA

#55 Jan 1, 2014
So much nonsense, garbage advice on here, marketing trolls, and nut jobs. Dead sea salt? Crisco oil? Really? How about sulfuric acid with comet and bleach, gasoline, and light it on fire, bet that would do it too.
Sam

Anonymous Proxy

#56 Jan 1, 2014
Hi Danny, thanks for the Eurax recommendation. I've heard of it plenty but never used it myself.

Stress management also plays a huge part for me.
nemmo

Dallas, TX

#60 Nov 13, 2015
I itch on my inner thighs it bleeds and i feel like taking my skin off its also scalpy,bumps,swollen,smells,pa inful,severe itchin! Help!!! Please!!!

Since: Nov 15

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#61 Nov 16, 2015
Wow this thread was started so long ago! This kid is in their 20's now haha!

Diet was the biggest factor for my healing. Supplements as well. Recently been drawing info from a few sources but it seems like flax seed oil and rosehip oil are winners. This is the site I've been stealing their ideas from recently. Just wish I had more money so I could try all the types of supplements :(
http://topeczematreatments.com/

Happy healing everyone!
Heydi elhadi

Europe

#62 Nov 28, 2015
Dr Manjinder Singh Vrach wrote:
Dear Friends,
As far as the outcome of latest studies going on against "fight against eczema". It is now widely accepted by all systems of medicine that the "Cycle" of Itching is to be reduced / stopped to cure eczema.
My study is based on naturopathy and I have traveled world wide. Visiting many eczema patients and collecting herbal / natural oils.
May be i can help you with treatment after knowing your complete history
I have treated many people by breaking their Itching cycle.
For severe people (either adult having both arms and legs effected or a small child below age 3 having whole body effected with eczema).
The cost of one month course (4 bottles of 30ml oil each) is of 120 (UK, Pounds)+ 10 (UK, Pounds) for postage.
For less severe people. Who are effective with eczema only on select parts (like neck, behind knee or on elbows).
The cost of one month course (2 bottles of 30ml oil each) is of 60 (UK, Pounds)+ 10 (UK, Pounds) for postage.
This is a very cost effective treatment and results are great.
For better results. We suggest that treatment should be continued for 3 months. With each order. We go on updating with the results and status of patient.
We have 85% success results on all king of itching eczema except with the eczema with weeping fluids out of skin has just preventive measure of 25% success rate.
If you are interested to talk to our clients (she had no itching since 2 months now) in Pleck, Wallsal, UK. We may refer you to them.(after their approval to talk with you)
The Oils, I prepare are custom made based on your history. All oils are 100% herbal, Contains no steroids or medicine.
We ship world wide from India.
Please visit www.NaturalHealings.in and contact me
Dr. Manjinder Singh Vrach
Chandigarh, India.
Hello thank you for ur advices but is there any strong natural remedy ? Let.me know please my mum is suffering from eczema in bikini area and its so painful its being big all over the place we tried lots of creams but doesn't change anything :/ please let me.know thank u
Sat sree akal
bostonasianguy

East Hartford, CT

#64 Dec 15, 2015
I've had exzema since I was a baby..with break outs at all my joints and once in my teens years from age 10-early 20s it finally went away for good. Sleepless night because of the itch. It started with changing my diet, as I was allergic to many different foods a strict diet helped..drinking lots of water. For me if I ate too much of anything it flared..too much beef, too much egg,too much of anything that made my ph level acidic. My inner body temperature would feel hot even though it wasnt. There were creams that I used which helped immensely with the itch..all from a Asian store..I noticed a minty cream helped the most. I believe what made mine go away was a Chinese doctor. He made some sort of herbal drink that tasted very bitter and quit nasty..it was brown. I was on this herbal drink for about a month. I truly feel it made an impact.
Slavik

New York, NY

#65 Mar 22, 2016
Over the years I’ve learned that skin problems could be really challenging, and how desperate one can become to find the relive. Me and my family we found Eczur, and we using this for every skin problem from the diaper rush, athlete foot, eczema.
Guillermo Miquel

Hollywood, FL

#66 Wednesday Nov 23
roger wrote:
Hi all,
i have been suffering from eczema around my 'pubic area' now for 12 months, it itches ALL the time.
i started taking sanatogen A-Z multi vitamins a few months ago and IT CURED MY PROBLEM!... how ever i think i have built a tolerance to these now becasue the problem has come back, as bad as ever.
why did it go and even though i carried on taking the tablets, come back?
HELP!
Use Witch Hazel water solution . It is sold over the counter . Apply directly in the area with a cotton pad , or something like that . Apply every time you need it .

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