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I have red marks on my chest and H.S of course. One medication I started to use again is Sulfa Cleanse 3/4. It clears up acne redness after a couple of uses. I also put it on my thins and armpit where I have problems I think it helps those areas as well.

Since cutting back on sugar my H.S has flattened under my arms, and I have been recovering for months.

I think around my waist and thins is not really H.S it comes from skin rubbing against skin and caused leisures. I have been using monistat or gold seal power to make it so it doesnt have friction. I also use jock itch medication prior when it started getting red, that resolved fast.

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    Monistat and jock itch medications are designed to kill fungus, so if it helps it may mean that fungal infection is part of what you are dealing with.

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    Yup did have fungus, the jock itch got rid of it fast. I use it on my waist as well. IT seems to have helped, it was not getting dry without it,

    I seem to be getting better, without antibiotics, but when its more then one problem I get confused. Because I have cysts all my life everything kind of looks like a cyst when they are not.

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      The rubbing irritation ruptures, Cysts, H.S, hair folical blockage all appear the same but require different treatments. A lot of times I cant even tell what something is they are so similar.

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      I relate to you when you said this, "The rubbing irritation ruptures, Cysts, H.S, hair folical blockage all appear the same but require different treatments. A lot of times I cant even tell what something is they are so similar."

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