DermTV How to Treat Under Breast Rashes Infections DermTV Epi 190
Hello, I'm Neal Schultz pause and welcome to DermTV. Rashes under the breast tend to occur if theskin of the lower part of the breast lies flat against the skin below thebreast. That tends to happen at a certain time in life whether it's fromage, gravity, from having had children or just from the way that you'rebuilt. Whether you know it or not, your skin perspires all the time butwhen skin lies flat against
another layer of skin that perspiration orsweat can't evaporate and moisture accumulates. When moisture accumulatesin closed areas, like skin against skin, it promotes the growth of bacteriaand other germs and that creates odors and that can lead to infections.The most common infections that occur in this context, on the under partof the breast, are yeast infections and bacterial infections. To helpprevent this, very simply, after you shower treat this area with thesame antiperspirant that you use under your arms. If that's not effectiveat sufficiently decreasing the
sweating, then take a thin piece of cottonmaterial and place that thin piece of material under and in the fold belowthe breast on both sides to help absorb moisture. If you actually do developa rash below your breast usually it manifests as itchy little red bumpswith some oozing. Usually this is very uncomfortable. It's probablya yeast infection and the best way to treat it is with milk and water compressesand the instructions, for those is discussed in DermTV Episode 15.In addition, over the counter Mikonazol lotion applied very lightly twoor three times a day, will often
help cure a yeast infection. And by the way,this may seem counter intuitive, but soap in these circumstancesis bad it's not good and soap will actually make the infection worse. Ifthese simple measures don't help improve your rash then see your dermatologistfor further treatment.
Jock Itch Causes Symptoms Treatment by Expert Eric Bakker
Hi there, Eric Bakker, naturopath, authorof Candida Crusher. Thank you for tuning into my tutorial today. Today, we're going to talk about men's yeastinfections, particularly jock itch or itch around the men's private parts, around thescrotum, around the penis, around those areas. This is a condition I see quite frequentlyin males. A condition that drives a lot of guys crazy. In fact, I've had two cases inthe last two days. One a 44yearold male not far from where I live here in New Zealandand another guy in his late 40s from Wellington, which is the capital of New Zealand. Bothof these cases are quite similar. This is
going to be quite an interesting tutorial, particularlyfor males who've got itch in their groin region and have had no resolution. Let's start with this 44yearold guy. It'squite an interesting case and many men will be able to relate to this in particular. Thisguy had an itch that started about a year ago, and it just started around his belt line.He's a hydraulic person, so he's an engineer that deals with hydraulics and repairing trucksand things like that. This guy went to his ; he had a bitof an itch around the belt line, which quickly spread to the groin region. The hada look at this skin rash and did a biopsy
and said, quot;You've got contact dermatitis.quot;He sent this man away with a bunch of creams. I've just made some case notes here. Thispatient came back to the in three weeks and the condition was not improved. So the patient got sent to a skin specialist,called a dermatologist. The patient then got told by the dermatologist it was scabies,which is a mite infection. Again, more creams were prescribed. And again, the same thing,patient came back to the specialist, wasn't going away with the creams, this time wentto another specialist. And this specialist said it was psoriasis.Quite interesting. This gave strong
drugs, steroids, which really knocked thepatient around quite a lot. The patient improved but wasn't interested in taking steroids andthe patient then went to another . This is number four now. And this said, quot;You've got a fungal skin rash.quot; Finally, we got the correct diagnosis. But what didthe do? He put this man on antibiotics, which I find quite interesting. Antibioticsare not something one would generally give for a fungal rash that he or she has diagnosedas a fungal rash. They will normally give an antifungal drug, but in this case, the decided to give a penicillin based antibiotic. And the condition exploded andnow it went all over his torso, upper back,
neck, around the ears, scalp, all over. I'll call him Gary. Gary said a few days afterstarting treatment, he had a shower and his whole body blew up in a terrible skin rash.Since then, he's been to about 14 different people. You're looking at a guy that's beento about 20 practitioners all up with no resolution. Interesting case. Upon examination of the patient, I had nodoubt in my mind that it's a Candida fungal skin infection of the groin and various partsof the body. I found it interesting that nobody offered Gary any advice regarding his dietand lifestyle. Even the natural practitioners
he went to offered only a small amount ofadvice here. My instruction to Gary was to wash the genitalregion, particularly, twice per day with a good tea tree oil based soap and also to usea watersoluble tea tree oil to wash the private area and to spot treat the tough areas withtea tree oil. This was to be done at least twice per day. I also recommended to Garyto go out and buy about 20 pairs of new cotton boxer shorts and to put on new underwear atleast twice per day. This is very important if you're a guy with a fungal yeast infectionis to maintain very good hygiene. Change your clothing often.