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Fungal infection, probably ring worms
It's been now 2 months that i got infected near vagina, thighs and buttocks. It was very itchy and after scratching snake like formations appear there. Also at thighs, ring shaped allergies just popped. For few days, applied Candid B but nothing happened, then consulted family doctor, he advised to apply C-Win for approximately 2 months. Now after passing of 2 months, i guess 50% problem still lying there. Only ring shaped thing got diminished. The itching is still there. It causes so much discomfort and mental stress and after scratching again that snake like formations occur. Please advice
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It's Fungus or yeast infection....common around skin folds like thighs and genitals.. avoid sweating, sharing clothes,towels and soap.. specific medicine required depends on the severity.. for detailed prescription do direct online consultation by sending photos.
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Fungal infections require a lot of time to completely resolve. You need to take a continued course of 2-3 months without a gap of single day ! If it's not resolving by cream only, you may need a oral antifungal tablet too. But I would require a photo to properly diagnose first and then treat accordingly.
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consult online with me for detailed prescription.
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