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Large red spot on inner lower thigh, burning, leg pain. Using topical benadryl, aspirin. Cure?

I have a large red-hot spot (about the size of a hand print with fingers spread) on the inner side of my lower thigh. It showed up 2 days ago -- it is more burning that itching -- I have been using topical benadryl and now it sort of looks like a pebbly surface. I have also been taking aspirin . The whole leg aches -- I could hardly stand on it on Friday, but it s much better now -- though still a bit achy.
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
aspirin is known to cause allergy
you cancontinue applying topical anti allergics and can add antiallergic tabs
can use other analgesic for pain
for burning can use calamine lotion
Answered: Sat, 7 Sep 2013
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