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Itchy underarm rash, flared and oozed yellowish substance on scratching. Used dermovate cream. Eczema?

I have a small rash on my underarm over 2 weeks ago and about 5 days ago it became so itchy so I scratched it. I realized it was not a good idea, it flared and it oozed clear to yellowish substance and it may have caused the area infected to be larger. I am not sure if this is haileyhailey or eczema . This is the first time it happened on my underarm. I just tried to apply dermovate cream to the area. Hope it will go away soon. How did I get this rash and how do I get rid of it soon? This might affect my work
Asked On : Wed, 11 Apr 2012
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Hi itchy rashes over the underarm with yellowish discolouratation in the underarms can be infective eczema as hailey hailey occurs in symmetrical can be cured by using broad spectrum antibiotic twice daily .anti inflammatory agent twice daily and application of diprovate g ointment after saline compressors
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