About five weeks ago, I noticed a red ring shaped spot on my leg. It did not itch, but was really red. Looked like a bullseye on my leg. I thought it was ringworm so I bought several OTC anti-fungal creams with different active ingredients. The spot never went away and now I hhave another red ring in a completely different location. I also have just red blotches in quite a few places that do not resemble a ring or a bullseye. Today, after I got out of the shower I had a bullseye ring on each of my cheeks. However, they faded after time and are now barely visible. I am starting to doubt this is ringworm. Unfortunately, health care in my town is not great and they don't askany questions., only treat the obvious. (Or easiest) I once had mono but they didn't find i for months! I had complained of cold symptoms, constant sore throats, and fatigue.. I was told it was allergies over all those months before they finally sent me out of town to an ENT who diagnosed and tested for mono right away.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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