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Bad Rash On Legs
Dermatologist: Much more description of your rash is needed in order to make a diagnosis. Various possibilities include heat rash, allergic reaction to poison ivy, clothing,cosmetics, insect bites, eczema,etc. You need an examination by your physician or a dermatologist for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
My roomate had ACL surgery 2 weeks ago and has developed a bad rash on her leg for the past 4 days. It is getting worse and very itchy.
I have really bad rash on hands and legs and back and arms n elbows, its very itchy of a night time , and my hand r really dry and elbows? Help
Hi...Im 22years old girl.. Im B12 deficient ...What are symptoms of it. Because i get bad rash on my hands n leg and i feel burning sensation too.....
Dr says my daughter has hand, foot, & mouth disease, but she also has bad blistery rash in belly, back, legs, & diaper area, & petichae is this norm?
I have rashes on my inner thighs and backs of my legs that itch bad i scratch them till they bleed I have had these for longer than a couple years?
Jock itch: Sounds like you have atopic contact dermatitis- which is secondarily infected with fungus. First- see a md as rashes can not be correctly diagnosed without actual visualization. Second- need appropriate therapy for both infection and atopy. Third- need prevention - so it does not come back. ...Read more
I have been getting petechial rashes on my ribs and legs. I also have petechiae on my arms, scattered however. I've heard causes are bad, but I would like your opinion.
Evaluation: Petechiae can be caused by benign causes as well as serious causes. Simple things such as straining, lifting, crying etc. can result in the breakage of small capillaries resulting in Petechiae . Medications and herbal supplements can be a cause. Review the medications and supplements you at taking, if you can not find a reason seek the help of your physician. ...Read more
Leg itch: A natural question would be to ask if you came in contact with Poison Ivy or Poison Oak. In any event, if the rash is not spreading you can try Lotrisone (clotrimazole and betamethasone) creme which is over-the-counter. This should help to clear it up. If the rash is spreading you should probably see a Dermatologist. ...Read more