Hello, doctor. I have black and itchy inner thighs in about a month (summer). Here is the picture. I was originally a fat man, 180cm tall and weighing 230kg. How did the disease come about? How to treat? Serious?
In this case, it is considered that the blackening caused by obesity belongs to acanthosis nigricans and obesity hypermetabolism syndrome. In this case, it is considered that the blackening caused by obesity belongs to acanthosis nigricans, which is a suggestion of obesity hypermetabolism syndrome. Strictly control the diet, do not eat high calorie food, and eat three meals a day, with each meal no more than 100g
Due to the influence of anatomical factors, the inner thigh is prone to moisture, sweating, secondary dermatitis or eczema. Pigmentation after inflammation will lead to blackening of the inner thigh. Dermatitis and eczema will cause itching discomfort, and friction and scratching will further aggravate pigmentation. In this case, it is necessary to keep the local dry and clean, and use some drugs to actively treat dermatitis and eczema. In the later stage of post-inflammatory pigmentation, you can also use some ointment to dilute the pigment, mainly to avoid local scratching and friction, wear loose underwear and control weight.
If the summer is hot and the body is fat, it is suggested that such friction will occur. It will be better to lose weight in time. Try to go to the dermatology department for examination, so as to ensure the health of the body