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Question: Skin Condition looks like its been eating away at my skin


 JohnSmith84ny - Sun Sep 14, 2008 1:44 am

Within the past 2 weeks i noticed sometype of wierd rash around my chest area, it actualy looks like its been eating away at my skin, i would appreciate any help and advice

SYMPTOMS:
BURNING SENSATION
ITCHING SENSATION
SPREADING DAILY (noticed infected are is getting larger and deeper)


ACTIONS: (2 WEEKS)
CVS-ANTIBIOTIC+PAIN RELIEF OINTMENT(DAILY)
A+D ORIGINAL OINTMENT(2-3 TIMES)
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE(DAILY)
RUBBING ALCOHOL(ONCE OR TWICE)
GAUZE( IVE BEEN COVERING IT FOR THE PAST 4 DAYS)

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 Debbie Miller, RN - Tue Oct 28, 2008 6:09 pm

User avatar Hello,
This should definitely be seen by a dermatologist who may need to culture to find out what is offending your skin this way.

There really is no other option.

Best wishes.

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