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Reddish itchy spots on the lower stomach and inner knee. Reason?

I am newly married man. however because of my job nature we dont' meet often. after wedding we spent 5 days together and I got red bumpy rashes on my lower stomach. she went to a doctor and got some medication. we met again after 6 weeks. we spent 2 weeks together and nothing happened except few itchy spots on my stomach. but after 1 one week time now I am having red spots all over my stomach, concentrated red spots on my thigh, inner knee.
Asked On : Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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Hi...It is very tough to find the exact cause of such a type of rash,but according to your information,it is appearing after your marriage.You didn't inform us which type of contraceptive you are using...By the way,if use latex condom,then it may be the effect of latex allergy.Some persons are hypersensitive to latex.Be care of it.Use other contraceptive measure.You have to control your histamin level of blood.Please check eosinophil count in your blood.Take care.
Answered: Tue, 23 Apr 2013
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