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Experiencing terrible itching in armpits and behind knees. Suffer factor V Leiden and MTHFR. What is this ?

I have been experiencing terrible itching in my armpits and behind my knees at the fold. I have not changed any soaps, detergents, lotions, perfumes, etc. I haven t consumed any unusual foods liquids or anything outside of my normal diet . There is no visible rash or bumps. I don t know if it s related or not but I also have factor V Leiden and MTHFR as well as a benign growth on my right adrenal glad. The itching has lasted about a week or so.
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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from the description it seems, you could be having frictional intertrigo.
Keeping these areas friction free and dry by wearing cotton clothes and application of steroid cream should help. if the lesions are too itchy, you may take tablet cetirizine too. avoid wearing synthetic clothes or denim clothes.
Hope that answered your query.
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Answered: Sat, 6 Jul 2013
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