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I have Red rashes all over my chest and arm. Please help it's giving me burning sensation and inflammation is there.
I am infected by rashes that makes uncomfortable during nights. How to get rid it permanently. I have rashes near genital parts. When my body become heat then it occurs. I also bath twice a day. After my workout also. I have taken flucozil tablet also but for some time it give relax after that start again. and dark patches are seen after the rashes. please tell me how get rid of it.
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