I am 44, male, from new delhi, india and I have been taking skin allergy treatment from my dermatologist for the last 1-1/2 years now. Initially there were rashes and small acne sort of bumps were visible on and around shoulders without any itching but certainly gave an unpleasant look. Then I contacted my Dr. and he gave the treatment which cured the rashes and small bumps completely over a period of about 6 months or so but still I feel itching and very small amount of rashes not quite frequently. Still I am taking the treatment for the same under the observation of my Dr. but now-a-days when summer is back, and I am in the habit of going for a brisk walk for about 40 minutes a day (in the evening), my scalp starts itching due to excessive sweating. I have been taking the treatment (Cap. Acutret 5 mg and Tab Incid L)..will the same treatment help me or should I consult my doctor again for quick remedy for unresistable scalp itching. though I have applied Candid TV shampoo too but still I am feeling the same itchy scalp..I am afraid whether this may lead to hair loss too in the long run..Is there any ointment will help......Please guide me accordingly..
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