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Itching and burning skin on thighs. Had MRSA. Have boils, poly static ovarian syndrome. Help

I have itchy burning skin inside my thighs from my vaginal area down to my knees. The itching is very intense. I did or still have, MRSA . I do have one or two boil like sores on inside of my thighs also. Gynagologist said, I also have poly static ovarian syndrome . Is any of this related?? HELP. Thanks. YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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The MRSA and the polycystic ovarian syndrome or PCOS are unrelated. PCOS is a hormonal disorder that results in ill-balance of the hormonal milieu resulting in irregular cycles, cysts in the ovary, abnormal hair growth, baldness, pigmentation of the skin, dryness of the skin leading to irritation, obesity, infertility and associated insulin resistance. It is a mostly treatable condition and needs life style changes. It is also the commonest hormonal condition in the reproductive age groups now-a-days. Hope this information is useful. Take care.
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