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Rashes near testicles and legs. Prescribed with keflex cap and advantan. Any side effects?

hi dr, i am 29 year old, now i have some infection nesr my testical i mean at the joint of both legs in side which look like dead cell and it is in form of lines going downward legs,i chek up with dr he gave me keflex cap,one cream advantan to use, and potassium permanganate to wash it . i have taken that keflex capsule for 2 days,i come up with side effects of it like keeping confussing,headach,cant concentrate, please advice me what to do
Asked On : Tue, 14 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response

It seems that you may be having intertrigo. There may be erythematous itchy lesion in groin areas. It may be due to fungus like Candida albicans. I usually prescribe itroconazole or ketoconazole tablets for two weeks and to apply clotrimazole cream. Wash the area with dettol containing water. You may be alright. Still, you may consult dermatologist. I hope you got my answer.


Dr.Ilyad Patel MD
Answered: Sun, 29 Dec 2013
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