I have a rash on my lower right leg that has been there for the past several years. It's been there for about 3 years and has never gone away at all. The physical description would be a slightly darker-colored skin tone (reddish) rash with a few darker spots. It's not scaly or flaky and has no blisters or other skin abnormalities except for the semi-occasional pimple. It isn't itchy, hasn't spread at all, hasn't changed color shape or size and doesn't respond to neosporin or a fluocinonide ointment that I use for my psoriasis and eczema. I believe I have body psoriasis (chest, back, neck) and eczema on my right inner hand. The rash on my leg doesn't bother me (mostly why I haven't had it treated), but it is unsightly and people ask me about it all the time. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
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