How do I cure this Red/Itchy/smelly rash on my neck?

Last year I developed some brown spots all the way around my neck which gave off a foul odor. I went to the doctor and she gave me some pills and creme to rub on it and it went away within a month. She said something like it was a fungus and that it was usually associated with diabetes.

Anyway almost a year later a similar thing has happened to me. I have now developed a ton of red spots with the same foul odor with the exception of the front of my neck. Sometimes when I will wake up a little earlier than usual my neck will be super itchy and red and the red spots will be inflamed and feel like it is on fire. I am forced to shower or wash my neck instantly. Most days when I wake up it will simply have the odor. I shower every day and have no idea what to do. I bought a natural Aveeno soap which seems to be helping a bit but the red spotting remains. I just purchased cortozone-10 but have yet to use it. What is wrong with me and how do I fix it? Thanks
I no longer have Health insurance so I am unable to go to the doctor’s office.
I no longer have Health insurance so I am unable to go to the doctor’s office.

Your body has a chemical imbalance that is making it enticing to fungus. Cut out junk food, sweets, salty, greasy, over processed, and overly spiced for about 2 weeks. If it clears up then slowly reintroduce foods into your diet, until you find the one that makes you a petry dish, and leave it out. If you don’t want to go thru all of this then go back to your doctor, but I would suggest doing both.

January 05 2010 05:59 pm | Natural cure for Diabetes

2 Responses to “How do I cure this Red/Itchy/smelly rash on my neck?”

  1. mrs_G Says:

    Umm. did you get checked for diabetes?
    If it returned after treatment, you are probably diabetic…which is a LOT more important than the rash.
    References :

  2. Amber Says:

    Your body has a chemical imbalance that is making it enticing to fungus. Cut out junk food, sweets, salty, greasy, over processed, and overly spiced for about 2 weeks. If it clears up then slowly reintroduce foods into your diet, until you find the one that makes you a petry dish, and leave it out. If you don’t want to go thru all of this then go back to your doctor, but I would suggest doing both.
    References :

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