How to avoid "chafing" on thighs?
i m 5 10 and quite overweight, recently i ve had another realization that i need to lose weight and get in better shape. along with that comes balancing calories and working out/moving more. so, yesterday i walked around 12-13miles, and i realized i got a rash in between my left and right thighs. is there a way to avoid this? it s a little painful but i m taking it easier to let it heal for the moment, i ve switched to weight training and biking. so, is there any way i could avoid rashing/chafing on my thighs? i so want to be more active but it hurts a little to move right now. anything would help! thanks
- 6 months agoFavorite Answer
I too struggle from this. A great way to stop it is to rub Vaseline in the area when active which keeps it greased and stops any friction. However this doesn't help with healing so when you are not moving around try using some talcum powder which drys out the rash quicker.
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Good luck .