Both inverse psoriasis and jock itch can cause a person to have an itchy and uncomfortable groin, buttocks, or inner thigh area. Inverse psoriasis is a form of psoriasis that affects the skin folds, including the folds around the genitals. Because of the location, people can confuse inverse psoriasis with jock itch or other fungal infections. There are a number of differences between psoriasis and jock itch that can help people identify the cause of their skin rash. In this article, we look at the similarities and differences between inverse psoriasis and jock itch, what triggers them, and how to relieve their symptoms. Inverse psoriasis is a form of psoriasis — an autoimmune skin condition — that affects folds in the skin. Inverse psoriasis affects between 3 and 7 percent of all people with psoriasis and can play a role in genital psoriasis.
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