I got this rash last fall on the left arm and the neck. Subsided with moisturizers during the winter. It has flared up suddenly couple of weeks back and seems to be spreading. Went to the local clinic and the Physician Assistant said that it is Ring Worm and prescribed KETOCONAZOLE 2%. I have used it for two days but the itch and inflamation kept me up all night. I am not able to upload the pictures due to file size limitation. The rash on the arm looks more like a hive and the one on the neck looks like a mosquito bit gone bad. Neither has a distinctive raised Ring Worm like perimeter. The whole rash surface is raised, red and inflamed.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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