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Itchy scrotum, red spots on palms and soles, no pain. What can I do?

Hello doctor, I am having a very itchy scrotum and red spots on my palms of hand and at the foot . The red spots do not pain but they look bad. It has been 1 month since I had them. I am also having a very itchy scrotum which when i researched on the internet found it to be some kind of yeast infection so i applied youghurt/ curd on it as a possible solution. Those spots faded but they have now tracked to the base of the scrotum and the itching has come up. I feel the pricking when I try to walk. I checked again and found it to be kind of dermatitis but i am not sure. What can i do to cure and be back to normal again
Asked On : Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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You may be having dermatophytosis over scrotum. Other possibility is contact dermatitis. The asymptomatic lesions over palms and soles seem to be a different entity.
A dermatologist can give you the correct answer. Meanwhile you can use oral antihistaminics and emollients to reduce the symptoms. If possible go for serum VDRL in dilution.
Dr. Ajit Singh Kulhari
MD - Skin & VD
Answered: Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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