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Having fatigue, nausea and rashes on the inner thighs after travelling. Fungal infection?

My husband and I just returned from Mexico back to Ohio. He has been fatigued, overall nausea feeling. He has also developed a rash on his inner thighs, on his shins, and he appears to have a cyst on his scrotum . Also at the bottom of his penis, it appears that the skin has cracked and now there is a sore area. Is it possible that this is a fungus.
Asked On : Mon, 25 Mar 2013
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Rash after travelling occurs most of the times because of sweat .It is a fungal infection what we call it as dermatophytic infection .Cracking of skin at the end of penis is also another type which is called candidiasis.Since he is also feeling fatigue and had fungal infection get his blood sugar level done first and start treatment if his sugar raised.As far as infection is concerned apply onabet cream at night daily for 14 days along with tab.zyrtec at night .For prevention of recurrence use candid dusting powder at day time for a month or more once you complete course with onabet cream.
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