When it comes to itchy elbows, I would think of psoriasis or eczema before connecting that symptom to Candida. Another possibility is contact dermatitis. Some people can have allergic reactions to their skin cream. Occupational exposure to chemicals can also result in an itchy rash.
Differentiating between all the possibilities means paying attention to the type of rash on the elbow. Is it red? It the skin cracking?
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If you have a rash, I always suggest reviewing your diet. Is there a chance that you are reacting to a food or beverage in your diet? Are you experiencing any digestive symptoms along with the itchy rash? You can go to google images to see if any of the rashes there look like what you are experiencing. That will help you get some idea of whether you are presenting with a rash that is consistent with psoriasis.
The main point is that it is vital to investigate the rash and come up with a diagnosis, before embarking upon a treatment plan.