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Redness and itching on neck. Used Lobate GM Neo. What should I do?

i have skin problem on back side of my neck is of red color and i feel itching and some time irritation. and it is from last 5-6 months, it started from a small red portion and now it cover the area of 3-4 cm, i also got relief for some days during this period, but temporary for 2-3 days but now it is more irritating and itching, i have not consulted from any doctor. but i used creams like lobate gm neo and neo clobenate -gm on suggestion of doctor few months back, but did not use it regularly now i am again thinking of using these creams.. please assist me what should i do.
Asked On : Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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Hello.redness and itching on the neck can be tinea corporis which is the fungal infection.when tto apply there will temporary response anrd recurs fast and furious.hence use sebifin ointment u will get response
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