I have a big round red thing on my buttocks, very itchy, not painful. 4 months ago also grew, and then used a called fumonisone furosemide ointment rubbed well, is the picture 3. but last Monday relapsed, I used this cream again, at first very helpful, after using 4 days I feel almost to be healed, no itchy, touch also no trace.But on the 5th day, it grew back, and the cream did not help, the itch is still itchy, and also recovered the same as last Monday, please ask the big guys how to solve this?The reason for this is that I can't go to the county or the city if I'm not particularly ill, it's too far away and I have to drive for 2 hours once, so I can only go to the town to buy some ointment and rub it.You guys help to see, there is no big brother know this skin disease, I need to buy what ointment to rub good, thank you big brother.
This is a case where "ringworm" is more likely to be the cause.This is a fungal infection that can increase or recur in hot weather, sweat, and shared bathing equipment.For this type of fungal infections, you need to give "antifungal" treatment, and the current one you are using is a "hormone only drug", which is not very suitable.It is recommended that antifungal drugs such as trimethoprim cream, naftifine ketoconazole cream, dacrynic cream, etc. be given topical application for 2-3 weeks, and attention should be paid to keeping the skin dry and clean and avoiding sweat impregnation.
If you have ringworm, it is a symptom of ringworm. It is recommended to pay attention to cleaning and local hygiene on a daily basis, avoid spicy and irritating greasy food, wear loose and comfortable breathable clothing, and apply ketoconazole cream or paregoric pine cream.
You are currently in a situation that should belong to a fungal infection caused by ringworm, which is more infectious and recurrent. The ointment you are currently using has hormones try not to use it, otherwise it may aggravate the condition, it is recommended to use topical naftifine ketoconazole ointment to apply it for a long time and it will slowly get better.