veteran7275, shivam pal dont mean to be rude but are you sure it is a rash, many types of fungal, allergic reactions (some detergents, different types of material, and how you wear your clothing can present these symptoms), i would not treat with over counter meds with out seeing some sort of med professional about this. i have tried this myself and created a worse condition. i am new at all this answers stuff so from my experience, home remedies, and over counter creams and such are not good for the body, i would seek pro-med advice first to determine if it is truly a rash or a possible infection, or fungal condition and then go after the cure, i realize that doctors can be expensive but being sure of a condition is better than getting ones self in trouble and creating more problems.
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