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Red rash Between Legs Near Penis.

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • May 4, 2007
  • 08:07 AM

Hello, i have a red rash around my inside of my legs and on my butt that i have had for around 2 weeks. I used to have a rash in the same places when i was 5 till about the age of 13 and now im 16 and it has come back again and i have no idea what it is. The doctors said when i was around 12, that it was just a rash and i would grow out of it well i did but it came back. I havnt had sex so i don't think it would be anything STD.:) I have been under a bit of stress lately but not that much.

here is a picture of my rash today, what do you think it is.

http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c266/ians733/PIC00008-1.jpg

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  • Hello, i have a red rash around my inside of my legs and on my butt that i have had for around 2 weeks. I used to have a rash in the same places when i was 5 till about the age of 13 and now im 16 and it has come back again and i have no idea what it is. The doctors said when i was around 12, that it was just a rash and i would grow out of it well i did but it came back. I havnt had sex so i don't think it would be anything STD.:) I have been under a bit of stress lately but not that much. here is a picture of my rash today, what do you think it is. http://forums.wrongdiagnosis.com/http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c266/ians733/PIC00008-1.jpg heres the picture sorry http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c266/ians733/PIC00008-1.jpg
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  • It seems to be getting worse, can somebody please help me
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  • Hard to tell, but I would see dermatologist again if I were you.
    KnowSUMthings 153 Replies Flag this Response
  • Looks like a form of excema, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eczema also since you had it while very young. DON'T ever take cortizone for it, read the labels! Doctors love handing out the stuff, but it can cause incredible damage, short and long term (and many doctors say so too). In particular it is very bad for skin, not to mention the risk to children you might later have. It only has some place in emergencies, to avoid death. Excema is not dangerous, just a bore.If it becomes itchy, try camphor cream (aqueous cream with camphor oil). Don't wash the area too often with soap, only with water. Dab on colloidal silver (it is made with distilled water). This silver is also a good cleanser / deodorant. See www.nutrasilver.com for a type you can take internally. Here in ZA we brew it at home. It has proven consistently better than any med or antibiotic, for almost any problem. If it is correctly made there are no side effects. See www.tetrahedron.org/articles/colloidal_silver.htmlTake homeopathic Resque Remedy in the mouth, also Vitamin-B12 (complex), Omega-3 (salmon oil or flax seed oil) and of Vitamin-C 1000 mg (slow release). Resque Remedy can also be dabbed onto the rash. There is very likely an allergy underlying your condition. Try Reiki and/or NAET treatments. Visit www.naet.com to locate a therapist in your area. A traditional Chinese doctor is another great idea, see www.acufinder.com to locate one.It is in a difficult spot, it may chafe on trousers. Ideal would be tight fitting cotton briefs that cover it, and under which you can have (smelly) camphor cream. A good dermatologist may be able to provide something like that, but I fear many of them are clueless. A wound specialist is often better. If you are at school, don't swim! Chemicals in a swimming pool often cause this .. Let us know what happens.
    Curly Stooge 319 Replies Flag this Response
  • Thanks for all your info, i was going to ask mum to get me some of that cream but i think ill tell her not to now after what you have told me. Again thanks for the info i was afraid it was like herpes or something. How long until it will go away? When i was a small boy i had it for like 3 years and it didnt go away.
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  • Another warning - anything with comfrey is the one alternative remedy NOT to take, please see http://www.henriettesherbal.com/blog/?p=637This is the bad news about excema, it's for life. Doctors have no cure, and at times it can become worse. It is related to asthma, so be aware of any breathing problems. Homeopaths, Chinese and NAET therapists do better, but it will return when your state of mind allows it. Even doctors say there is a strong psychological factor - that much at least they know. What excema does is to give us a challenge - or to "keep us at ransom" as one sufferer says. It is a certain kind of person who gets it, nice people, or I would not have known several. They're always worried that they're not good enough, so first decide that it is safe and nice to be who you are.The place where it erupts shows what in life irritates us. So around the genitals you need to ask: Are you being prevented from sexual expression? In contrast, a rash is a good excuse not to bother with a girlfriend. A rash makes us feel repulsive, but the movie plays backwards you see - first we feel unacceptable. Are you confident with and grateful for being attractive and sensitive? Sometimes when good things happen to us, we feel we don't deserve them or we don't want them, and we get excema. Do you look forward to being an adult, or did you want to remain small? When it happened last, what related issues might have caused it? Sometimes a toddler is given a bath and the genital area is ticklish, so a fear of humiliation develops. To accept everything about ourselves is the cure - I have seen that often.Finding out "how to be" to keep excema away (or any illness) is not easy. Wiccans / shamans have this same interest as they deal with potent spirits. They always say, "Love is the only safety", as *****t demonstrated on the cross. Excema teaches us that Love is a serious, specialized and scientific matter. (As one scientist said, nothing in his training prepared him for the sheer terror he sometimes experiences in the lab.) I also have many alarming illnesses, but I can now make them come and go at will, mostly by the contents of my awareness. Clever nutrition helps of course. Here is a good general site - http://www.westonaprice.org/sitemap.htmlStill a good idea to see a dermatologist, for an opinion. Only read the labels on any meds! You can contact me on curlystooge at c9web.co.za if you want - not the sharpest tool in the shed, and I don't know your products as I'm in ZA, but I can always try. And if you find an easy cure, I need to know please.
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  • Well the rash still hasnt cleared and i have been talking vitatablets because i thought they may help abit. The rash is not as big but it is still there and also just under the top of my penis helmit there are little slits that are red (they dont hurt or bleed) they are just there and it looks like it is eating away my penis :O Plz help
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  • Well the rash still hasnt cleared and i have been talking vitatablets because i thought they may help abit. The rash is not as big but it is still there and also just under the top of my penis helmit there are little slits that are red (they dont hurt or bleed) they are just there and it looks like it is eating away my penis :O Plz helpI couldn't get the pic up of your original rash but it sounds very much like a problem I encounter every few years and in the same area. There seems to be no likely cause but I always manage to get rid of it by using E45 cream or Aqueous cream from the chemist. Don't apply too much cream or too often as this can make the rash feel sticky and uncomfortable. It helps to massage the cream in rather than just smearing it on. Also, wear cotton briefs as opposed to man made fibres.Wash the area well with Simple soap and gently dry with a soft towel. Avoid using scented soaps or gels.Hope that helps. :)
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  • I couldn't get the pic up of your original rash but it sounds very much like a problem I encounter every few years and in the same area. There seems to be no likely cause but I always manage to get rid of it by using E45 cream or Aqueous cream from the chemist. Don't apply too much cream or too often as this can make the rash feel sticky and uncomfortable. It helps to massage the cream in rather than just smearing it on. Also, wear cotton briefs as opposed to man made fibres.Wash the area well with Simple soap and gently dry with a soft towel. Avoid using scented soaps or gels.Hope that helps. :) Thanks for that freebird, does yours look kind of like rings and then changes into an eczema type rash? i didnt have the rash all summer but as soon as it hit winter i got it?
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  • Thanks for that freebird, does yours look kind of like rings and then changes into an eczema type rash? i didnt have the rash all summer but as soon as it hit winter i got it?Hi Vipa. Rashes appear different on all people. I've had eczema all my life and met many others with it but theirs didn't look the same as mine so I wouldn't place too much importance on that. My rash didn't seem to relate to any time of year or anything else I could relate to.
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  • Ohh ok, thanks for that
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  • Well i woke up today and found my penis looking like that what do you guys think? could it be excema?http://i29.photobucket.com/albums/c266/ians733/P15-07-07_10.05.jpg
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  • Could be. My mom has it on her lower legs, looks almost like that (cured for now). If it's not flaking or sore etc, I'd say don't worry. Try to see a urologist or dermatologist though, if only to be told it's not dangerous - and don't use dangerous meds in that case. One idea that helps my mom is to tan the area in the sun a bit, every day, so try that if possible. Just to give you a scare, here is a pic of what my mom (she is 78) looked like, after too much cortizone: www.c9web.co.za/files/eczema.jpg - today after a long stuggle, it is just about cured.It may have to do with what you eat. To make an experiment, for 7 to 10 days change your diet. Try cabbage and butternut (pumpkin) seperately cooked in water, flavoured with extra virgin, unheated olive oil, and Trocomare (by Dr A. Vogel of Switzerland) in the place of "smooth flowing" salt. Avoid red meat and chicken as they are fed/med with poisons. Tinned tuna in brine should be okay, always carbs and protein together. Avoid heated cooking oil, eggs, sugar, soy, gluten, processed foods (containing hydrogenated vegetable fat, MSG, aspartame and other additives), coffee, sweet carbonated drinks and margarine (real butter is okay). Eliminate bread - it is full of soy substitutes, wheat etc.Apply homeopathic Resque Remedy (drops) to the area, diluted with water if it stings, and also drink some regularly. Add Omega-3 (flax seed oil) and of Vitamin-C even 1000 mg (slow release) per day. The best Omega-3 is kept in a fridge in the health shop, better than capsules. Even cancer can be fixed by taking flax seed oil, see www.cancertutor.com/Cancer/Budwig.html as well as www.beckwithfamily.com/Flax1.htmlMilk is funny: some are fine with pasteurized, but some can only tolerate organic milk while others only sterilized (long life) milk. Others have to avoid it altogether. Sometimes cleaning fluid remains in the container, helps to make the milk last longer you see, but very bad for people. So, try to avoid milk for a while. Sounds like nothing is left, but make a list of all you can have, it's not so bad. Get enough sleep as well. Then carefully check if any such changes improve matters.Beware cosmetics, soaps, shampoo, deodorants etc, they are full of isopropyl alcohol, aluminium etc, going straight to our organs. Colloidal silver makes an excellent and safe deodorant. You could also try a non-fluoride toothpaste. Read "The Effects of Fluoride on the Thyroid Gland" at http://rense.com/general57/FLUR.HTM .. We get "Dabur" Ayurvedic toothpaste here, from India - safe and with nice flavours.Important: this famous doctor says we may cure almost anything by drinking quite a lot of water and also salt: www.phenomenews.com/nov2005/0a.htm - this may be why marathon runners are so addicted to their running, they take plenty water and salt. My mom and I have been trying it, works great. She also did all the others things mentioned, it really seemed to help, for other problems too.
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