Hi everyone, I have a few questions. I have severe exzema in the pubic area..it is severe because for some strange reason that doctors couldn't figure out what it is. It's very itchy, red and inflammed..open sores from itching. I also have a cut on my anal..could be anal fissure. I am just now going to see a dermatologist again because my gyno said that this is a dermatologists problem. The anal cut is very itchy as well and very irritating. Anyway I was wondering if anyone if anyone also is going through this, and what they were perscribed to help make this go away? I also have Staph infection, and I was prescribed Prednisone (sp?) which did help, but I've been on it too much to go on it again..although the exzema always comes back even after treatments. Any suggestions on what to do?
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