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I have an intense itching in my groin are and thighs it seemed to be clearing for last week or so then came back, I noticed a spot on my hip that I squeezed only clear fluid came out. At present I have itching mainly in my groin pubic hip and thigh area but not localised as I itch on my torso and further down my legs. It seems to come and go some days worse than others, the itching began again after I noticed this spot. I haven't noticed any open sores or spots in genitals or pubic area, whilst the itching is present I tend to get very sweaty in the groin area and feels damp.
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