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Open wound, red itchy spot on both legs, painful, elbow scar. Cure symptoms?

Hi, I had an open wounds on lower legs for months, saw a dr told me that my blood sugar was high so i changed my diet and now average in the 90 s for blood sugar, the wounds have healed over and doing better, but now i got red itchy spots on both legs that are painful in hot shower, also noticed red spots on elbow scar that are oozing but not itchy like legs. The only thing high on my last blood work was calcium 10.3. ive been dealing with this for 4 months now and need this to get right.
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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it look like folliculitis or bacterial infection .
you need to apply topical antibiotic cream like mupirocin and take antibiotic tablets .
avoid hot water ,use lukewarm water .
get repeat blood sugar analysis and control it if it is high .
still problem persist than it is better to consult dermatologist
i hope i answered your question
Answered: Tue, 5 Mar 2013
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