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Severe itching on thighs, behind knees, lower legs, black discolouration on stomach. History of diabetes. Cure?

Hi I have severe itching on my things, behind my knees and lower legs. This has been going on for a few months It started with itching on my stomach which turned black. I consulted the doctor and he gave me a treatment for fungal infection and it cured. Then I started getting the itching on my lower legs and this has now moved upto my thighs. It gives me poor sleep as I wake up wanting to scratch . I am 49 years female and also have controlled diabetes
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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I do understand that you are a diabetic and concerned about itching. I would recommend to check your blood sugars and to titrate the medication if required. your itching seems to be related to fungal infection and antifungal ointment along with antihistamine medication will help to reduce your itching.
Answered: Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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