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Weird looking dry scars appearing on the stomach near belly button. What could this be?

Well I am a 12 year old student and I have been noticeing werid dry looking scars appearing on my stomach , but the scars are near the belly botton area. I would love to get help so I could consult my doctor immeditlly. I am very worried about this and I m afraid to tell my mother and father. Thank you ever so much for your time and God bless you
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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It could be a fungal infection (ring worm).Without an opportunity to closely examine the lesion, I would not be able to accurately tell. You might need to consider a consultation with dermatologist for confirmation.
For ring worm antifungal cream like miconazole 2 % twice a day for two to three weeks will work. It is alright to show your parents, they will be able to identify ring worm some times.
Hope this helped
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Answered: Mon, 12 Aug 2013
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