Once the itching sets in, a rash is usually quick to follow. Uneven red and blotchy patches develop on the skin; though they can affect any part of the body, the inner thighs, stomach, armpits, and buttocks are the most common locations. Some people also develop the rash around the nipples. This symptom is easy to confuse with other skin irritations and conditions, making it a difficult one on which to base a diagnosis.
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