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Dark patch between breasts. No itching or dryness. What could this be?

Hello I had a small dark patch in between my breasts with a diameter of 1 cm in a few weeks it has grown larger and now it seems to have appeared under my breast as well as small patched near my navel. It does not itch neither does it look dry. I have meaning to go to the doctors however my doctors always make a wrong diagnosis and give myself and my family the wrong medicine. What could this be?
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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Area between breasts is always moist and there are always chances of devloping fungal infections in that area.Sometimes in early stages they do not itch and go unnoticed and gradually increse in apply antifungal cream at night and antifungal powder day time,once rash subsides continue with antifungal powder for 1 month so that recurrence is avoided.
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