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Sweet and fever, skin ulcer, dry cough, non smoker, rashes on nipple

I have a fever and sweating now for 2 nights like its some flu symptom. i have had some skin ulcers on my back that are starting to clear now and have scabbed. Im eating better now for the last 5 days. I have a dry cough that comes and goes now. I am non smoker. Have a very sore red area just to the right and just under the right nipple that has developed a rash. it feels like an internal cysyt emerging. Sore to touch. the rash is around 3 by 2 inches.
Asked On : Thu, 5 Apr 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
it is allergic can be viral allergic
the same allergen causing couh
it can be soaps shampoo creams ointments or med for different ailments
use antibiotic short course to prevent infection
use anti allergic tab and ointments locally
antipyretic sos
use plenty of fluids
need adise of allergy doctor to diagnose cause an treat
Answered: Wed, 6 Nov 2013
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