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Dark patch on the abdomen, spreading. Applying momate-F ointment, reddish, swollen, skin peeling. Treatment?

hello doctor, i have developed a itchy dark patch on the skin of my abdomen for the past 4 months. Initially the area was small but its spreading. Doctor advised me to apply momate-F ointment, but intially it appeared to be healing for first 2 days, but suddenly the area became reddish, swolen and skin started peeling off. what do i do next??? age: 33, male, height : 170 cm, wt: 75 Kg.
Asked On : Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Your skin condition might be a fungal infection. Other possibilities are fixed drug eruption or eczema.
In any of above cases Mixed preparation Like steroid + antifungal combination ointment can hide the exact diagnosis but relieved you symptomatically.
For diagnose your condition properly you need to stop applying topical cream/ ointment for at least 14 days.
Take tablet-Atarax 25 mg twice daily for 14 days.
After end of 14 days you should consult a dermatologist for your disease pattern and management of it.
With regards.
Answered: Thu, 21 Jun 2012
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