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Suggest Cure For Red Rash Under Eye

Hello, I have a red rash under my eye, no bigger than 1cm by 1cm, it is not a cirlce, nor a distinct shape, i had ringworm on my finger but now it has disapeared but i still have this rash under my eye, and when i touch it, it hurts a little? Please help :)
Tue, 1 Dec 2020
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Hello,

You have history of having ringworm on your finger, now you have a red rash under your eyes. You should use humidifiers in your home. Avoid scratching the affected area. Do not use skin irritants like fragrant soaps and detergents. To get rid of itching, take antihistamines. Since you have a history of having fungal infection (ring worm), take a course of Fluconazole. Apply a thin layer of anti-fungal cream like Candid cream only in the area affected. Take care of your hygiene and avoid allergens like dairy, nuts, wheat, pollen and pet hair.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Nupur K., General & Family Physician
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Suggest Cure For Red Rash Under Eye

Hello, You have history of having ringworm on your finger, now you have a red rash under your eyes. You should use humidifiers in your home. Avoid scratching the affected area. Do not use skin irritants like fragrant soaps and detergents. To get rid of itching, take antihistamines. Since you have a history of having fungal infection (ring worm), take a course of Fluconazole. Apply a thin layer of anti-fungal cream like Candid cream only in the area affected. Take care of your hygiene and avoid allergens like dairy, nuts, wheat, pollen and pet hair. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Nupur K., General & Family Physician