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Itching and rashes on the nose.White patches after applying tribunal plus. Any suggestions ?

Past 8 days my daughter 7 years old is having a iching problem and tome rashes had come on her nose . she said it is scrating her. i showed her to the doctor and he said it is daad. and he gave me tribunal plus ( skin infection ) ointment to apply . now the boils are gone but still i there is a slightly white patch on her nose. kindly suggest me.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Thanks for the posting your Query on HCM,
In your cash the boils are gone but there is a white patch. so there will be nothing to apply as so early just wait and watch the condition till next 10 or 15 days . most probably white patches will be removed itself. Becouse in Iching or any skin disorders dead cells take some time to be don't worry abut this.If there will be no recovery then after 10 or 15 days consult you dermatologist for the same.

Answered: Sat, 19 Oct 2013
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