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Circle formed rash. Is ringworm related to it ?

i have been having this rash for 10 months now. it comes in circle like form. if anybody sees it, he will say it is ringworm . anytime is apperars i use funbact-a on the spot then another appears. it doesnt itch and it is not scaldly. pls what is it, cuz its reali freaking me out. and then i had ringworm under one butt and i used cream and it went, but the two butts, under them itch me alot, i have checked and there is nothing there. pls giv me answers.
Asked On : Wed, 11 May 2011
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Dermatologist 's  Response
it be fungal infection or allergic rash.
u need to consult dermatologist for best treatment.
keep area dry and clean.
u need not to worry much about it.
wear loose and cotton cloths.
better to apply clotrimazole cream over it
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General & Family Physician Dr. Ramesh M.Vachharajani's  Response
The rash you are having is likely of ring worm (tineasis).
The cream you are using is O.K. but you should go for oral anti fungal tablets for about one month which will give you complete cure.
Take help of your doctor.
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