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Author Topic: Rash in armpits, under breast any ideas what it could be?  (Read 5229 times)

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Offline aserenityseeker

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Rash in armpits, under breast any ideas what it could be?
« on: October 10, 2007, 02:55:20 AM »
Have any of you had a rash that started in your arm pits, then spread to under your breast and under parts of your arms? I have been fighting this for 2 months with doctors having me use different cortisone creams, rash creams,  taking benadryl pills & using cream as well. I am also on antibiotics now for a different issue and it had helped me last week I saw a light at end of tunnel, then had to wear a bra last Tuesday and shit if it not back again in full force. I have gotten these before I was on my medications and they never lasted this long...any ideas fro you all as to what I can try next?  I am on Kaletra & Truvada and wellbutrin,zoloft and trileptal all since August this year.   They also say they are not herpatic nor scabies etc... just FYI  Any help would be sooooooo welcomed. 
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Offline BT65

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Re: Rash in armpits, under breast any ideas what it could be?
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2007, 04:55:12 AM »
Serenity, I really couldn't say for sure.  Have you switched laundry detergents lately?  I would say, you should go see a dermatologist ASAP.  Just my two cents.
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