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- Sun, 18 Jun 2017 11:39:02 EST kx17QheM No.55019
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I have this rash showing up everywhere. What is it?
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Sidney Grandfield - Sun, 18 Jun 2017 11:40:02 EST kx17QheM No.55020 Reply
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It's gross
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Augustus Claylock - Tue, 20 Jun 2017 01:17:27 EST W8FkDObv No.55021 Reply
my first thought was an allergic response, but i can't help but notice the ring-shape of the second image, which leads me to think of a fungal infection. is your hygiene good? daily shower with soap? clean clothes and bedding? fresh socks and underwear each day?
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Samuel Nishmure - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 08:50:06 EST kx17QheM No.55025 Reply
>>55021
Yeah I usually have been showering every day and have been eating a healthy diet. Ever since I noticed them too I've been even scrubbing my body with anti bacterial soap in between showers and soaking them in peroxide.
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Beatrice Pengerford - Sat, 24 Jun 2017 08:50:06 EST vJLB9vXd No.55026 Reply
>>55021
Yeah I usually have been showering every day and have been eating a healthy diet. Ever since I noticed them too I've been even scrubbing my body with anti bacterial soap in between showers and soaking them in peroxide.
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Shit Girringpedge - Mon, 26 Jun 2017 21:09:10 EST W8FkDObv No.55031 Reply
>>55025

heres the thing though, fungi aren't bacteria. if it is indeed fungal in origin you will need antifungal medication from the drug store. there are many over the counter brands. if you are still having this problem i would suggest going this route.

also side-note, go easy on the peroxide. that shit is like a microbiological nuke. kills all the millions of good healthy bacteria too.
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Angus Murdham - Wed, 17 Oct 2018 17:22:20 EST R0Ou9c8/ No.55617 Reply
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>>55019
Do you know anything about the 'oil and spoon' method? This was told to me in confidence by an English relative. You use medical grade 100% coconut oil, applying it liberally to your Anus and patting gently with a spoon until absorbed. Sounds counterproductive when it isn't even on your asshole, right? But I swear this is true, and helped my Aunty Doris relieve the fungal itch from her sweaty bra straps after wearing it for a week when her washing machine broke down and she couldn't get to the laundrette. She told me it was all in a handy kit she purchased from one of those disability company's that put flyers through your door. The kit consists of 1kg of coconut oil in a fancy glass jar and a small teaspoon (which she kept for making her and her friends tea each morning). She said she wasn't sure about putting it anywhere near her treasured jacksie, but followed the instructions on the pack and it worked marvellously. You can buy a kit over the Internet I think, or get the two items together yourself. She had trouble getting up off the bathroom floor after she had done the procedure on her bottom, and I had to feign concern. All the old ladies in her tower block now have a kit, just incase.
Good luck.

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