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Rash with bumps on thighs
ithurtsnottherestop posted:
It started about a week before thanksgiving ,n so far I have been treating it with Cortizone-10 for about a month but nothing has helped,it even spreed it more all over my inner thigh. ..I just started using jock itch cream n seamed to help but at night always at 3am I wake up wit my hands scraching my self ..I am tired of it n want it gone !!before it gets worse!!please help!!
atti_editor responded:
Hi ithurtsnottherestop,

I hope that your rash has cleared, or that you have seen a doctor if the itching has persisted. Here is some information on jock itch that includes treatment options in case you are still suffering (I know how annoying and painful constant itching can be). The article does recommend contacting you doctor if the problem persists more than 2 weeks with at-home treatment, so if you are still experiencing these symptoms I encourage you to make an appointment to have it looked at if you haven't already.

Best wishes


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