Update April 28th 2011 I have been to countless doctors they even had me go to psychiatrists which is crazy in itself. The last dermatologist I went to said I got athletes foot on my skin. I been using the cream Oxiconazole nitrate (U.S.: Oxistat, Canada: Oxazole). It gives me relief a little bit, but has not stopped. I noticed that people around me now have this on them as well. One of my co-workers skin has changed color and he scratches just as much as I do. I am keep the faith and not giving up. I refuse to even go near my daughter because of this I have not seen her in 2 years. Im hoping I can find a doctor to cure me so I can pass this info along cause this feeling is the worst I ever felt in my life. Anything over the counter has not worked, and these doctors would rather guess then run test on my skin. Hopefully we can rid ourselves of this horrible disease.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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