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can you send me a picture?
Does it hurt, itch, or burn?
Can you tell me your age?
Do you take any medication regularly?
Have you had a fever?
Have you had any other symptoms?
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yes dear, i am still here
Dear customer, first I want to apologize for the wait, it is a pleasure to attend to you right now. I want to tell you that what you have is dermatomycosis, known under the name of Tinea corporis, is a condition triggered by a specific type of fungus that usually proliferates in humid conditions, this type of situation should be treated with a cream called terbinafine applying a thin layer on the affected lesion every 8 hours until it disappears completely, Keeps in mind that you should always keep the area dry because moisture contributes to the proliferation of microorganisms that worsen the picture when you get home every day I recommend you remove the garment you bring because the sweat that accumulates on the skin can worsen the inflammatory picture.
Dear customer, I am very sorry that the cream has not been helpful, it is probably necessary to add a corticosteroid with a higher anti-inflammatory power such as betamethasone, which is a medicine that is not over-the-counter and requires a prescription for its acquisition.