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I have numerous small, red, circular spots on my chest , neck and pelvic region for about 3 years now

I have numerous small, red, circular spots on my chest , neck and pelvic region. They only turn red and itch when I sweat and get hot. They look like really small ring worms. Ive used medicated shampoo , anti fungal creams, and pills . Any ideas??? P.S. Ive had them for about 3 years now. No doc. has been able to help me out. Thanks
Asked On : Sat, 14 May 2011
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In Ayurvedic medicinal texts the etiopathology of the disease is considered due to vitiated Blood (Rakta Dushti) along with vitiated Kapha and Vata.To get rid of the problem, this pathophysiology of the disease should be break down and for this purpose the disease causing vitiated doshas should be either removed from the body or to be purified with local and systemic medication.Raktamokshan (Blood letting) is a well-accepted treatment for Vitiated Rakta Dosha
Much better results can be obtained with supplementation of internal medicine and local application of Lepa (Face pack).
Face pack made up of Lodhra(Symlocos racemosus), Vacha(Acorus Calamus), Dhanyak(Coriandrum Sativum), Chandan(Santalum album) and Ushir(Vettiveria Zizanioides) is very beneficial.
Smooth paste of Jatiphala(Myristica Fragrance) will help to remove black spots .Blood purifiers like Sariva(Hemidesmus Indicus), Anantmula(Tylophora Asthmatica), Guduchi(Tinospora Cordifolia) and Manjishtha(Rubia Cordifolia) are used for internal medication.
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Answered: Sat, 14 May 2011
General Surgeon Dr. Swapnendu Sekhar Ghosh's  Response
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it is better you consult dermatologist and get treatment only after check up
Answered: Sat, 14 May 2011
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