- HEALTH TRACKER
After bathing/shower, be sure to really towel dry under stomach very well,, and start drying yourself from head to bottom, not bottom to head.
Also use anti-fungal cream.
Veteran Bandster 2002
Nothing tastes as good as thin feels!
I can already see that I may have this problem. I have a digital camera and printer at home so I'm starting to take the pics now and will print them when the time comes. I use aloe vera from GNC, it works great for the irritation under the breasts. I haven't had the problem with my stomach yet, but I've been using this antiseptic cleanser my doctor told me about. Its called Hibicleanse. Its pretty good. Also, I'm in agreement with the powder. Only use powder containing corn starch. Talc isn't good for you. Hope this helps.
Nystatin Topical Powder
It is for fungal infections which is generally what is causing the odor and itchiness. You could also probably use other antifungal powders, however when I know it's yeast I don't use anything else as I have found it will exacurbate the infection.
On a daily basis as long as there is not redness or itching, I do use deoderant (solid anti perspirant - the stuff that goes on clear) and it does seem to keep things dry.
I hope you can find some relief and hopefully in the future get the skin removed to prevent further irritation!