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Pimples on stomach, spreading to lower body. Taking ayurvedic medication. High bilirubin levels. Causes?

I am getting itching red pimples ( no leaks ) first appeared on my stomach and now spreading to the lower parts of my body. My liver function test of yesterday showed high bilirubin ( 1.8 I have Gilbert ) and globulin serum 4 and a/g ratio. 1. I am taking some Ayurvedic medicine for stomach gas for last few weeks. What could be causing my present situation . Thanks .
Asked On : Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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Hi sabu! Want to ask those pimple are dark in color when you itch they leak wite fluied and then they burn like hell. If yes ! That is fungal infection. In some case of fungal infection there are white hair like struture are coming out. any way ! We come to you. Take antifungal fluconazole tab, apply antifungal cream , don't rub. Then anti allergy cetrizine tab. And in a week infection gone. do wear fresh under wear and wash old in hot water. Take care. Bye.
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