Sounds to me like you have ring worm! Ringworm is a contagious fungus infection that can affect the scalp, the body (particularly the groin), the feet, and the nails. Despite its name, it has nothing to do with worms. The name comes from the characteristic red ring that can appear on an infected person's skin. Ringworm is also called Tinea. Ringworm is caused by several different fungus organisms that all belong to a group called "Dermatophytes." A health-care provider can diagnose Ringworm by examining the site of infection with special tests. Ringworm is spread by either direct or indirect contact. People can get Ringworm by direct skin-to-skin contact with an infected person or pet. People can also get Ringworm indirectly by contact with objects or surfaces that an infected person or pet has touched, such as hats, combs, brushes, bed linens, stuffed animals, telephones, gym mats, and shower stalls. In rare cases Ringworm can be spread by contact with soil. Ringworm of the scalp usually begins as a small pimple that becomes larger, leaving scaly patches of temporary baldness. Infected hairs become brittle and break off easily. Yellowish crusty areas sometimes develop. Ringworm of the body shows up as a flat, round patch anywhere on the skin except for the scalp and feet. The groin is a common area of infection (groin Ringworm). As the rash gradually expands, its center clears to produce a ring. More than one patch might appear, and the patches can overlap. The area is sometimes itchy. Ringworm of the foot is also called athlete's foot. It appears as a scaling or cracking of the skin, especially between the toes. Ringworm of the nails causes the affected nails to become thicker, discolored, and brittle, or to become chalky and disintegrate. Ringworm can be treated with fungus-killing medicine. The medicine can be in taken in tablet or liquid form by mouth or as a cream applied directly to the affected area. Infected persons should follow these steps to keep the infection from spreading: Complete treatment as instructed, even after symptoms disappear. Do not share towels, hats, clothing, or other personal items with others. Minimize close contact with others until treated. Make sure the person or animal that was the source of infection gets treated. Sounds like a rash.
This is the time of the year for allergies. You may be experiencing excema. If it is in a shape of a circle then it may be wing worms.
Try washing it. >.>
There are many conditions that could cause a cluster of blisters on the inner thigh. it is best to get it checked out by a physician. It may be poison ivy or an allergy.
You have to rub your rash with white chocolate and then rub it hard with lotion. It DOES really work.
what causes inner thigh cramp
I used an ab circle pro machine for love handles and inner thigh fat. I dieted too and because of that I have lost ten pounds and my stomach is flatter.
If it is below the inner thigh, it has to be the lower leg and if about the knee is the thigh, itself. There is no name for what you described.
Yes it is possible to have a herpes sore on you inner thigh.
Yes there is inner thigh bleach cream that can be used to lighten your skin. One brand of inner thigh bleach cream is Whitening Essence.
is a pull of the inner thigh.