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Have dry skin rashes on body, took antibiotics. Some rashes turned into white spots. Bacteria present in stools. Reason?

Hi! I am Neeraj Sharma (26 male) from New Delhi, India. 03 months ago, i saw same dry skin rashes on my body (Hands, stomach & butt). Firstly, ignored them & put ring gard (anti fungal cream) on as those were looking like ring worm initially but i consulted to skin doctor, he referred for VDRL & TPHA test. My vdrl found +ve till 1:16 in dilution but TPHA found -ve. I went for second opinion from more advanced Lab after 02 days from the previous test. Both VDRL & TPHA found -ve. Then doctor gave me few antibiotics tablet & cream. All the rashes vanished but 02-03 rashes on arms turned into white spot. I also take urine test 01 week ago & stool test yesterday. My urine test was found ok but there is bacteria in my stool test. Kindly suggest me as i am in depression from last 20 days.
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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dry skin rashes on the body is mainly due to xerosis of skin.sometimes they leave behnd hypopigmentation after getting cured.apply a moistering cream along with momate ointment on the spots
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