My husband rubbed my feet in the miracle feet cream. Next day I got up with feet itching & burning so I itched somehow I got it the rash on my stomached & it's itching & if I don't scratch it it burns no further than my kneei am broke out in welps. It's unbearable some times it's not blistering looked like a small ringworm at first but it's spreading & whelping up. I've took benadryl & soaked in the oatmeal bath & bathing with aveeno. Please answer me whats going on
So what do I need to do to relief the pain whelping up its no blisters & I'm not sick no pain except for its burning & itching on my thighs & stomach lower part. It's spreading becos of me itching it's unbearable. It looked like a ringworm first night I took a baking soda bath with epsom salt then I took a oatmeal bath trying to relief the itching & the only medicine I've taken is Benadryl. So please relief me of this question. I don't have either shingles or ringworms it's not festering up like blisters it's just whelpings
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