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Rash on my both arms.What can cause this rash a virus or a bacteria?

I have this rash on my both of my arms, its on the bicep area. The same thing is on my legs around the ankle area. What can cause this rash a virus or a bacteria?.... I ve seen the doctor, he prescribed erythromycin stearate , I have taken the antibiotic for 6 days now. Still, see no improvement. What do you think it is? (Red, bumpy, very itchy round patches. pimple size to a diameter of a quarter) Thanks
Thu, 5 Apr 2012
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Sexologist 's  Response
good evening
it seems you are suffering from some sort of fungal infection
consult your doctor or write bsck to me with full details and photograph of the area
dr vinod raina
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  User's Response
welcome to healthcare better to get one skin test done before start taking can be due to allergy also or due to decrease platelet levels or due to many better to go for skin test.
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Why dont you get a skin lesion test done. It will show you what is causing the rash. Take appropriate treatment thereafter.

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