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Variety of Things: This could be related to clothing you have worn, a hair follicle/ingrown hair, an infection in a sweat gland, a reaction to something that touched that portion of your skin, an infection in your skin, or something else. It is difficult to tell without more of a story/seeing the rash. Antiperspirants are the leading cause of armpit problems in the us. ...Read more
I shaved my armpits and now I have a severe armpit rash that won't go away i tried cortisone please give me something else I can do?
Rashes...: Rashes are notoriously difficult/impossible to diagnose without being seen. You may have a simple irritation, a fungal rash, bacterial folliculitis - all of which would warrant a different recommendation. Since it is persisting, see your doctor who can actually make a diagnosis based on what they see and provide you with appropriate treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
1st things 1st: You need to have a proper evaluation that will first exclude potential precipitators of the rash, such as antiperspirants, and try to find any other etiology of the rash. Thereafter, an appropriate treatment prescribed. Consequently, in order to treat the rash, a physician should evaluate it and give you appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Several: It is possible to have an infection, fungal or bacterial. You could have an allergic reaction or just a severe irritation to shaving. Some dermatitis can start in one location or be isolated to one area. If fever, pain, or drainage or weeping fluid, see ur dr. If not can try an anti fungal powder to keep dry or mild steroid cream for relief of itch, irritation. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My baby 4 month old he had armpit rash what can I do for that ? He get water like in armpit.Please help me
See below.: This may be related to the deodorant/antiperspirant you are using, so you can try switching that. Otherwise you can try a cornstarch based powder, 1% hydrocortisone cream or an antifungal cream. The best thing to do, however, is have your doctor look at it to diagnose it properly and treat properly. ...Read more
Armpit rash not going away with any anything ! Please help red painful bumps I don't have money for doctor ?
Armpit Bumps: It is difficult to know how to treat this without seeing it. Basically if you shave the area, stop. Use a mild soap such as Aveeno (oatmeal) and avoid deodorant. Other than that it may be a fungus or a bacteria which would require direction from an MD or a pharmacist. All the best for recovery. ...Read more
Why bilateral armpit rash after swimming 1 min? I cannot use antihistamines 'cos severe anticholinergic effects (dysphonia, dry mucose). Montelukast.
Topical creme: There are multiple topical compounded cremes and ointments containing antihistamines which can be applied locally but not get absorbed systemically. Ask your doctor to prescribe some. ...Read more