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Rashes on leg, arm. Itching. Used anti-fungal cream without relief. Help

About 3,4 months ago I had gotten 2 some what small rashes literally they were maybe a little smaller then a penny and only 1 or 2 on my leg now I have rashes behind my knee a quarter size on my left and very smal red patches on my arm and they itch I thought it was ringworm and did the antifungal creme and spray but there not going away
Asked On : Sat, 6 Apr 2013
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Hi, It seems that you are having either prurigo or lichen urticatus. Both are pruriginous conditions. Take antihistaminics with tappering dose of steroids till relief. Apply mometasone cream twice day. Avoid soap bath. Take dettol bath. No stress, worries.. Avoid pruritus inducing diets.. Fermented food, fish, prawns, banana, cows milk, cold drinks.. etc . Keep away yourself from dust , fume , grass , pollens, insects, mosquitoes.. I hope you will recover. Still, you may consult dermatologist... Ok
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