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Flank pain, negative blood work, red and itchy rash in armpits. Related?

I have had severe right flank pain for 8 months. No infection as all bloodwork has come back negative. I also have a red, itchy rash in both of my armpits. I m not sure if the two are related or if the flank pain is one thing and I am just allergic to a new deodorant I tried. I have switched deodorants back to something I am used to, but the rash is still there. Could the two be related. I have had an MRI , CT scan , and ultrasound and all appear normal, but this severe pain persists.
Asked On : Sun, 12 Aug 2012
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Hi red and itchy rash in the armpits is mainly due to excessive sweating caused by nonmovement of the hand due to flank pain.apply candid dusting powder in the morning and application of keto b cream at night.avoid deodarants which also causes fungal infection.
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