For the last week or so the area between my right leg and scrotum has been inflamed. The area is red and raised a couple of centimeters. I began applying tea tree oil hoping that it was just a mild skin irritation. A week has gone by and the area is still there and now is beginning to itch more and more. My problem right now is that I just moved here to New York and have no medical coverage, therefore going to a doctor is out of the question. Is there anything you can suggest I do before I am covered under a medical plan?
Sure: go to the drugstore and get three things: Lotrimin cream, 1% hydrocortisone cream, and baby powder. Apply the first in the morning after showering, followed by the powder; then apply the second in the evening before bedtime and powder again. Try that for two weeks. If it hasn't helped, try then to see a doctor. And good luck finding work.
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