I have a small cluster of small bumps on my inner thigh. The irritated spot
itches and hurts. I was at first suspecting a series of spider bites. These
bumps are white in color, oval shaped and are clustered over each other. I
used some Blue Star Ointment which didn't make any difference. The spots
just poppped up on my thigh and has been there for three days. The spots
haven't spread yet, help me.
Are there other symptoms present? Inner thigh rashes could be fungal in nature, erythrasma or intertrigo. Tinea cruris, more commonly known as jock itch is a fungal infection of the skin in the groin which usually advances down the inner thigh. On the other hand, erythrasma is a bacterial infection that affects the groin and advances down the inner thigh similar to tinea cruris. However, due to the limitations of the internet in clinical diagnosis, It would be best to see your doctor for further evaluation and management. Take care and keep us posted.
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