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Three weeks ago I had a visit with my dermatogolist. After seeing my Gyn who said I didn't have a yeast or anyother type of infection. The dermalogist said I was having a mild LS flare-up (some red small areas and mild itching) but in keeping with my treatment plan she said I could start using halobetasol once a day pairing down from twice a day. Well... work related stress, caring for my elderly parents and having a slip up with sweets this weekend (which I had cut out of my diet) I believe have made the itching worse. I've started to use the halobetasol twice a day again and I was so itchy today that I wanted to apply it third time. I'm seeing the dermatogolist this Friday so I'll see what she has to say. I've noticed that my crotch down there is very warm or hot. I mentioned this to my dermatogolist she didn't seem to have an answer. I was wondering if the halobetasol is causing the area to feel very warm.
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