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Yes.: Diaper dermatitis will usually blanch when you press on it; it's a sign that the skin is inflamed, and the little tiny blood vessels in it have dilated to bring more blood to the area. The fastest treatment for diaper dermatitis is to take off the diaper. While that may mean somebody will have to follow the baby around with a pooper scooper, the rash will clear very quickly. ...Read more
Most bumps and blotches on a newborn baby are harmless and clear up by themselves. By far the most common skin problem in infants is diaper rash. Diaper rash is an irritation of the skin caused by dampness, urine, or feces. Most babies who wear diapers will have some type of diaper rash. However, there are other skin disorders that can cause rashes. These are usually not serious unless ...Read more
Woke up with a rash on one side of lower stomach. Blanches, doesn't itch at all, slightly raised tiny pink dots. What could this be?
It could be many: things, most commonly a contact dermatitis. so I would try OTC hydrocortisone twice a day , if it doesn't resolve or gets worse in the next few days I would see a dermatologist for diagnosis as there are many other things this could be (including viral, bacterial, drug...) ...Read more
My daughter has an itchy blistering rash that comes and goes on various parts of her torso. A piece of her skin has now blanched due to this. Help?
Rash on elbow. Non-itchy and not raised. Doesn't blanch. Feel well in self just a bit sick. History of dermatitis & eczema. Looks to be under the skin?
My toddlers lab results came back and her WBC is within normal range 7.9 and her lymphs are really high. Doctor doesn't seem too concerned. Do I need a second opinion. She has a rash and some areas do not blanch she has fever and her breathing is becoming
RMSF?: I think i answered your question previously regarding rmsf. The results of the CBC with normal WBC and high lymphocyte count represents more of a viral infection with a rash. Further monitoring of the rash seems prudent. If the rash progresses, does not blanch and looks like blood clots, a repeat CBC may be necessary to look for decreasing platelet count found in rmsf. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What is this rash? Spots are ~ size of a pencil tip, not raised, not itchy anymore. Antihistamines/steroid cream no effect. No blanching with pressure
See doctor: Time to see the doctor to see what it is. It seems you have tried the reasonable treatments already. ...Read more
Urticaria: This may be urticaria from the adventure itself (some people sneeze instead) or cholinergic urticaria if you work up a sweat as you "get hot". The rash is a red, slightly raised one that blanches when you push on it, right? It's not a problem. Some folks under emotional stress or pleasure get the same urticaria on neck and chest. ...Read more
I have rashes all over my face. My scalp and body have been itchy too. I do have excema, but this is not it. ?
Rashes: Rashes are nearly impossible to diagnose correctly without seeing them, especially with so little information. Is it light or dark? Raised, flat, or depressed? Fine bumps? Big welts? Does it blanch when you push on it or no? Are you sick or well? What other symptoms do you have? If it bothers you, and to get it properly diagnosed, see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer