There are two types of genital psoriasis. The rash begins as an area of redness with a small superficial blister in the center.
Jock itch is a fungal infection of the groin.
Rash in groin area in children. It often affects male athletes but anyone can get jock itch. Your child may get an itchy rash on the inner thighs and rear end buttocks. Heat rash also known as prickly heat or miliaria is seen most often in babies and young children when sweat gland pores become blocked and perspiration can t escape.
Rare due to vaccinations. This sort of a rash if left untreated can spread to the other areas like buttocks and legs. Rashes that affect the groin may be limited to the groin or may involve other areas of the body.
The rash starts as flat red patches but eventually develops bumps and may be itchy. The blister eventually ruptures with some possible drainage and the lesion will then form a crust. The fungus that causes jock itch lives on the skin.
Pseudofolliculitis or ingrown hairs is another common cause of groin rash in people who wax pluck or shave hairs in this region. Waxing or shaving of groin hair increases the risk of folliculitis. Other rashes in groin or genital area jock itch ringworm of the skin of the groin scabies caused by tiny mites that burrow into the outer layers of the skin pubic lice yeast infection cutaneous candidiasis psoriasis.
Lasts about five days then fades to a brownish color leaving skin dry and flaky. Some of the causes of a groin rash are minor while a few others could be quite serious. Folliculitis is common in the groin region and tight clothing favors the development of this rash.
Most likely to occur in unvaccinated children. So called childhood diseases such as chickenpox fifth disease measles roseola and rubella can cause generalized rashes that may spread to the groin as can meningococcal meningitis infection or inflammation of the sac around the brain and spinal cord. This fungal infection is often referred to as a jock itch.
Fungal infection in the groin area is one major problem.