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Skin rashes behind legs, water related, pimple like boils. Using diprosone. Causes?

hi my daughter has had arash on the back of her leg for awhile now we have seen diffrernt doctors one throught it was water related and his treatment worked for a while but nothing has got rid of it the cream we are using is Diprosone it is a red rash there is no pattern it is behind one knee it only ever comes up on the back of her legs from the back of the knee to her bum and only sometimes it may appear on the inside of her arms but only now and again she has now also started to get pimple things i have tryed to pop one but couldnt ??
Asked On : Sun, 24 Jun 2012
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the cream is cause of pimples
it look like fungal inectio

you atart with antifungal griseofulvin/tebinafine depending on age
take tab fexofenaine 120 mgm daily
aply candid ointment and candid powdwe
do for long tiome 4 to 6 week
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