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Itchy rash on soles, palms, stomach and genitals, dry and flaky skin. What could the condition be?

Hi i have had a i very itchy rash on the soles of feet and hands, back, stomach and genitals. Doctor initially thought it was scabies but after two treatments i still have the itchy rash. My skin is very dry and flaky. I have pictures of the rash if it needs to be seen. Please help as no steroid cream or allergy tablets have worked. What could this rash/skin condition be?
Asked On : Sat, 29 Dec 2012
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Hi shyeahmed ! May be this is fungal infection. That you spreading by scratching one place then other. Now what to do! Take anti allergy pill and fluconazole tab once in a day. Apply fungal cream just apply don't rub and scratch. Now after doing every thing situation remain same, then go for pathological microscopic examination of that part of skin to know the cause. It will clear all doubt. Take care. Just try not to scratch , it spreads. Bye.
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