Jump to content
Acne.org
Search In
Find results that contain...
Find results in...
  • entries
    90
  • comments
    62
  • views
    62,744

From: Need Serious Help With 'whatever-This-Is'!

aanabill

619 views

i get itchy raised red patches(almost like allergy ) ,which sometimes feels like red spread bumps or some other times its just a red skin area that itches..they remain for sometime and go away.

they generally tend to happen in similar or same places.like the middle area of forehead,near the eyebrows,around my nose or so.

i think they are fungal(many have suggested here that they might be fungal folliculitis)...i'm not sure as well.

since they go away by themselves almost everytime ,its difficult to visit a doctor and explain(show) them the exact problem.

i need serious help now.

because these has been for a long time now.

i've checked for gut fungal(through saliva test) and the water was as clear as ever.

i've also used 'scalpe'- anti-fungal/dandruff shampoo which had bothe ketoconazole and zinc pyrithine

i cant exactly say that that healed my issue.i am not very sure.

what amuses me is that they come and go all by themselves(although i use clindamycin etc on them but i'm quite sure it has no/little effect on getting rid of them within minutes )

sometimes i get a tiny bump or so around or on that place but the itchiness,the redness and the whole raised thingy goes away in maximum 10-15minutes .

also these doesnt happen everyday.sometimes in days or sometimes in weeks or months.

also,the intensity and degree varies now and then.

post-200657-0-64056200-1369562724.jpg

post-200657-0-15128300-1366052520.jpg

post-200657-0-05485400-1368558092_thumb.

if u have any idea about what these might be please help me out with this.

i am seriously mad at what this is about.

its not acne ,obviously!

so i dont know what to do with them.

thank u in advance!

Source:



0 Comments


Recommended Comments

There are no comments to display.

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a New Account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
×