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I have LS. But I also developed a rash of spots - very itchy and inflamed - in the creases between legs and pudenda. My GP treated it with a 10-day course of oral antibiotics and also with Fucibet which is a betnovate and antibiotic cream. After about 2.5 weeks my skin was completely red and inflamed and very sore with bleeding raw patches. I stopped using the Fucibet on the advice of the GP and she has now switched me to Daktacort twice a day. This is to be applied liberally all over the creases and labia majora and up the birth crack. She said I had a fungal infection. After 3 days of Daktacort the rawness and itching has stopped. But what I have just noticed is that all of the skin to which I applied Fucibet and then Daktacort is now a very dark purplish black. So has anyone else experienced this skin effect - is it a normal result of treating a bacterial infection followed by treating a fungal infection? Or is it something really odd that I should take straight back to my GP? I am due to see her late next week anyway.
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