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Vitiligo

vitiligo, also known as vitiligo, is a distressing skin condition. The word literally means white skin. There is a gradual loss of pigment melanin from the skin layers which results in white patches. Vitiligo is a skin condition in which there is loss of pigment from areas of skin resulting in irregular white patches with normal skin texture. Symptoms of vitiligo (leucoderma).

In some cases, most of the skin of the body may be covered with white patches. In rare cases one finds vitiligo spreading all over the body.

The exact cause for the vitiligo (vitiligo) remains unknown. vitiligo (vitiligo) is not caused by any germs, nor is it due to bad blood.

The ground seeds should also be applied to the white spots.
About 35 grams of these seeds should be powdered in vinegar and applied on the white patches. the vitiligo patches.
Vitiligo is a common skin disorder in which white spots appear on the skin usually occurring on both sides of the body in the same location. Vitiligo occurs in 1-2% of the population. The melanocytes are the cells that make the skin color. In people with vitiligo, the immune cells (cells which fight infection) attack the melanocytes and kill them. When the melanocytes in a certain area die the skin turns white. No one knows why the immune cells attack the melanocytes in people with vitiligo.

Vitiligo is a skin disease that causes permanent white spots or patches on the skin. Vitiligo is fairly common affecting 1 out of every 100 people. Vitiligo is an autoimmune disease. Vitiligo occurs when the immune cells start attacking and killing the melanocytes. As the melanocytes die, the skin turns white because it no longer has melanocytes making pigment or color. No one knows why the immune cells attack and kill the melanocytes in patients with vitiligo. In rare instances, vitiligo may affect eye, hair, and gum color. When a person first develops vitiligo, the disease usually starts as flat white spots on the hands or around the eyes. The white spots usually do not itch or hurt. In some people the white patches spread over the entire body. Vitiligo is very difficult to treat. Patients with vitiligo usually require 100-300 treatments over a year or more. The newest treatment for vitiligo involves transplanting melanocytes from areas of normal skin color into the areas without skin color. So without these melanocytes, people with vitiligo are prone to sunburn in their white areas. When the depigmentation process is completed, the patient’s skin is all one uniform color (pale white).

Vitiligo can be a debilitating disease, especially in cultures with dark skin. People with dark skin and vitiligo are often ostracized by their community.

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Tinea Cruris

What causes tinea cruris?
“Jock itch” refers to any itching groin rash of men and is not a medical term. When caused by a fungus, the rash is known as tinea cruris. The fungus causing tinea cruris is a microscopic plant that grows in the outer skin and prefers moisture. When this fungus infects the feet, it is called athlete’s foot (tinea pedis).

Fortunately, tinea cruris is not contagious,
Tinea cruris is treated by applying antifungal medicine thinly with your fingertips, as directed. Cleanse your groin with plain water, since soap aggravates groin rashes. Tinea cruris usually clears up promptly with antifungal medicines applied to the skin.

Tinea cruris is only one cause of groin itching. Tinea cruris often comes back. Tinea cruris is an infection of the groin caused by a fungus. An infection of the groin is usually caused by anthropophile fungi. Tinea cruris can be very itchy.
Causes of Tinea cruris

* Tinea cruris is caused by a fungus.
* Tinea cruris is not contagious; direct person to person contact rarely leads to

* Tinea cruris usually clears up quickly when antifungal medicines are applied twice daily to the skin.
* Change underwear daily..

* Dry the groin carefully after bathing using a separate towel.
Tinea cruris is a fungal infection which occurs around the groin, inner thighs, and anus. Tinea cruris usually causes the skin to turn red and itchy, and a spotty rash will develop over time.

Keeping the groin area clean and dry will reduce the risk of developing tinea cruris again.

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