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Painful, itchy dark spots on legs. Spreading, not on medication. What should be done?

A monts or two ago, I notice an itchy dark spot on my legs it got inflamed and painful, it cleared up some and it came back even worse along with five more in different places on my legs, it itch and is very painful. What caused this and where did it come from. I am normally not a sick person at all and I am not on any medication . Not to long ago I did have a few weeks with restless legs but that went away. Please help I can t stand this itch and some times the sore is wet.
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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Hi painful itchy rash which can form sores thwy are called as prurigo nodularis.or infective eczematous dermatitis it can be cured by atarax 25 mg at night.antibiotic twice daily and application of moisteriser all over the body and apply diprovate g ointment can cure them..if no response use oral steriods like wysolone 30mg tapered to 10mg within 15 days
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