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Diabetes. Red circular patches on lower legs, dryness, itching and bleeding. Taken aspirin and Vitamin B12. What is the solution?

I m a 45 years old Indian diabetic men staying in china, I have developed around 3-4 pinkish-redish circular patches on both of my lower legs there r flacks of dry skin as well on the patches, these doesn t hurt, itch or bleed but they r there since last 3 weeks & have increased in number & size, please help. I have been taking medications for diabetes , blood pressure, aspirin, also taking vitamin B12, and the medication for uric acid. Hope you can give me a solution,
Asked On : Tue, 15 Oct 2013
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These reddish circular patches on lower limbs appear to be due to fungal infection,which is quite common in people suffering from uncontrolled diabetes.
Treament involves local application of anti fugal creams like CLOTRIMAXOLE,which is an OTC product and easily available.
Control your sugal levels meticulously.
You should be quite relived in a week's time and should keep applying the ointment for at least one week more after the complete resolution of skin patches.
In case there is no improvement,you should consult a dermatologist.
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