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Itch in the foot - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Excellent Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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User :   Hi
Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Dr AAAAAAA here
User :   Hey
User : i informed you day before yesterday
Doctor :   please proceed with the query
User :   about some allergy on my foot
Doctor :   yes, i remember
User :   and i was advised to take c
Doctor :   i suggested calamine and citrezene
User :   yes..
Doctor :   may i know how is the itch now ?
User :   I followed the same
User :   but there is no improvement
Doctor :   ok
User :   its still as it was before
Doctor :   i suggest you too get it examined for a dermatologist
User :   ok..
User :   but actually i will be free only on the weekend
Doctor :   this could be a fungal itch
Doctor :   ok
User :   so for the meanwhile can you suggest anything
User :   which can help me
Doctor :   since i cannot prescribe you medicines online and more so it is very important for an examination to be done for skin conditions
User :   ok!!
Doctor :   you may need an anitfungal cream
Doctor :   if it is a fungal itch
User :   alright
Doctor :   you could try CANDID B CREAM
Doctor :   and apply over it
User :   yeah sure...
Doctor :   but since I have not examined you I would suggest you see a general practitioner and take an opinion on the use of it
User :   i will look for a dermatologist then
Doctor :   and do not scratch
Doctor :   as it will aggravate more
User :   sure doc!!
Doctor :   avoid use of soap on it for a while
User :   ok
Doctor :   is the skin dry ?
User :   no its not dry
Doctor :   wash with plain water
Doctor :   ok
User :   its just red with itching
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   continue the calamine
Doctor :   apply it at least 3 times
User :   can i continue wearing shoes
Doctor :   and could try the cream i suggested
User :   sure i will...
Doctor :   the itch is near the leg or is it on your foot?
User :   its on the upper front of foot
User :   not on the leg
Doctor :   if it is in the foot region , avoid shoes, prefer leaving it open
User :   ok
Doctor :   as perspiration could increase the itch
User :   and should i have to take that oral medicine?
Doctor :   not required
User :   ok
Doctor :   as it is not helpign you much , do not continue it
Doctor :   just continue with calamine
User :   yeah!!
Doctor :   and see the doctor soon
User :   thanks... will see a doctor soon
User :   thank you for your help
Doctor :   if it were an insect bite or an allergy, which i hoped it to be, citrezene would haves topped the itch by now
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   are there any more questions for me to help you with ?
User :   actually i took citrezene on one day gap in between
User :   means not continues for 2 days
Doctor :   you also get CANDID Dusting powder
Doctor :   You can dust it on the area
Doctor :   after bath
User :   ok
Doctor :   make sure you keep the area out of moisture,keep it dry
User :   sure
Doctor :   did you follow my suggestions ?
User :   yes.. i did
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   thanks for consulting me
Doctor :   you could keep me informed about this and i will guide you further
User :   sure..
User :   Thanks
Doctor :   thanks for consulting me
Doctor :   take care
User :   Bye for now...
Doctor :   pleasure here
Doctor :   bye for now
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