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Having a red spots in thighs
She is having red spot in thighs and upper belly slowly it goes off in 2 day's but new one is coming after that,itching is not there. Did a CBC TEST and that's normal, took cetrazine and bicosule for 3 days but no improvement
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It's Fungus  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
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Image is the first thing required to diagnose. Please connect online so that a detailed history is taken and treated
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Are you sure she is not using any creams which is purchase from the pharmacy I am thinking that she has itching but after application of the creams dieting is reduced but  lesions are increasing Send some photos
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consult a dermatologist
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Looks like allergic reaction
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kindly do direct online consultation with photographs for detailed prescription and further management
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