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Bumpy Rash On Abdomen And Chest
25 yr old female having rectal bleeding for 7 years,abdominal pain, skin rash on abdomen and breast, diziness & iron deficiency. What are causes?
Bleeding: Please consult a physician for a physical exam in the near future. ...Read more
Rash on belly and chest has spread to top thigh and under arm. Spread wide apart and itches. Doesn't look like a pimple and not flakey have had 1 week?
Eruption on the skin: Located on the abdomen.Get a more detailed answer ›
Yes: Vey common.Get a more detailed answer ›
Dermatitis: Likely a dermatitis (skin irritation/inflammation) as a result of the exposure to the semen. It should resolve on its own; an over the counter corticosteroid can help with discomfort and redness. Otherwise, it's probably best to avoid skin exposure to the semen, as there is obviously an adverse reaction to it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Last 2 1/2 days rash on abdomen last 2 weeks i've had pains in right abdomen (kidney i think) about 2-3 mo ths ago sudden 10 lb weight loss ...Any ideas?
See doctor: Lots of ideas but see your doctor for a work up. ...Read more
Sinusitis: Yes they can cause a rise in your white count. ...Read more
My baby has a red rash on abdomen and upper back, not raised. He seems fine, not irritable. We introduced oatmeal today, can this be cause?
Possibly: You may want to keep a calender of food offerings & the events that come up in the day or days afterward.This might be a food rash or something unrelated. The intensity is not worrisome if the child seems fine. You might exclude the oatmeal for a month and offer again. If the rash returns you know it is related & can nix (permethrin) it for sure. If not, then you won't have to avoid it. ...Read more
17 month old in day care, red spotty rash on abdomen and back, spreading to arms and legs. Temp 39.4 (17 days ago), think that was hand foot mouth?
Unlikely: HFM can have spots/blisters in these locations.However, the presentation usually starts with small blisters in the back of the mouth, followed by distinctive blisters (oval and grayish) located in other sites.The fingers/hand/wrist are common as are the foot and ankle.The peri-anal region is also common. The rash you describe is non specific and could have been many things,HFM is unlikely. ...Read more