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For the last year I do believe I have gotten these weird patches on my under arms, under breasts, Legs, back, stomach, and starting to go on the outer part of my private area. It Uses to be really small patches and only in one area now its spread real bad and getting worse and I don't know what to do. I have been to a lot of forums already and no one can help. I am unable to see a doctor at the moment so hopefully i get get some answers because its making me crazy. But um, They are really soft, They don't hurt all all, maybe they get a slight raised when it gets hot but other than that I don't know they are there until i look in a mirror of course. I am so sorry if its against the rules but There is a link below with a pic of what they look like to help you. I don't know if it matters but i am a 21 year old female. thank you for your help and for your time.

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replied April 11th, 2009
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rashes
I have a friend who has experienced this problem, they used "sole" (salt) & increased there water intake & it all went away.Don't believe all you hear thats bad about salt, used the right way it is a life saver. check out natural salt & water in water out.
Good luck
God bless!
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replied April 11th, 2009
Really?
I already drink a little over a gallon of water should i drink more? And do i just eat stuff with salt in in? Im kinda confused lol?
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replied April 12th, 2009
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salt & water
theres half your problem already, water consumption should be around 1 litre/ 40-50 (20-25kg) pounds of body weight, unless you are running marathons each day.the salt takes a bit to learn but once you learn it it's with you for life. you need natural sea salt or himalayan salt but it must be un-heat treated.Google natural salt, & water in & water out.
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