psoriasis and the groin

Posted Mon 13 Jan 2020 11.42pm by notjustmedication
scalp > limbs > total torso

experience of psoriasis between thigh and testicle

treating with olive oil and daily baths


Posted Mon 3 Feb 2020 4.01am by Julation
I work for a pharma company and I am a writter

Hello, I also have it at groin and I relieve symptoms by putting Ihle's paste (that thick paste you use on baby’s butt). It works like a charm. I also have it under the breasts and I found that Ihle's paste worked very well. You can also try zinc as well. You just put a tiny bit and it calms the burning sensation.

Posted Tue 4 Feb 2020 10.44am by OhNo_NotAgain?

I used to suffer from a flare up around every six weeks (experienced this for 30+years). It seemed to be a combination of psoriasis (inverse psoriasis) and a fungal element. It would not clear fully if treated with only an anti-fungal ointment.

I found that a combination of Trimovate and Elecon ( each used sparingly) cleared it in 5-7 days.

Later, I discovered that if i dust my groin with a medicated anti-fungal powder after every shower, the outbreaks are now about every 6 -9 months only.

It seems that if I can prevent the fungal outbreak, the psoriasis does not recur.

I used to use cuticura powder, and when it was available in plastic containers I could squeeze them to "puff" the powder where needed. Now it is only available in metal containers.

I now used "Gold Bond" medicated powder.

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