am a large breasted woman and I have developed a red rash under and between both breasts, this has first occured during the summer and was wondering if the heat and humidity can be causing this as I do workout 3 x/s a and have been sweating alot. what can i use to clear this up?
Most likely you have a rash called intertrigo, aggravated by skin rubbing against skin. Yeast infection is possible but much less likely. To start, try OTC hydrocortisone 1% twice a day, along with powder to keep the area dry. If that doesn't help, try a dermatologist visit.
I have developed what look like chicken Pox type sores under and beneath both breasts; as wll as the outer calves of my legs, and on my arms. I have been to 2 different doctors, they gave me somthing for it, but never quite explainedwhat it was. The medicine they gave me did not work, and I have tryed EVERYTHING, I have had this for two years, and I am very upset about it. I can't wear shorts or a dress, and I live in Texas, and it's in the 100's everyday. (too hot to wear blue jeans)PLEASE help me, I don't know what else to do.
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