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Causes Of Forehead Rash
Umm, hard to say.: Skin rashes are most difficult to diagnose without actually examining them. Where is it? Is it crusted? Is it spreading rapidly? Are there satellite lesions? What creams have you already tried? Heat and irritant rashes are common. Perhaps it would be wiser to have your pediatrician or dermatologist examine this. Then specific treatment and preventive measures could be discussed with more accuracy.
Possibly: If your baby is constantly drooling the skin can become irritated and red around the mouth and chin. If the child runs at it the irritation becomes more angry. Drooling is almost always associated with teething, rashes not always. Forehead rashes are not associated with teething and come from some other cause.See 2 more doctor answers
Probably allergy: It could be something else. You need to be examined by a dermatologist who can then recommend treatment.
Can the "Rash phase" in HIV seroconversion cause forehead acne without having any other rash on other parts? Low risk + other symptoms
Forehead rash that looks like heat rash, took ibuprofen, rash became numb and tight, caused a horrible head ache where the rash is. Sun makes it worse?
There are few rashes: ..that are truly painful. The most common ones are shingles and cold sores. Shingles occur only on one side of the body. Cold sores usually occur on lips & mucous membranes but CAN erupt on normal skin. Since early diagnosis and treatment can shorten the duration and severity of both, medical care is recommended. Dr. Anne
Blister rash on forehead, larger on chest & burning feeling. Skin in corners of eyes red & itchy. Is Doxycycline the cause? No UV expose recently.
I recently suffered from a sore throat and cold symptoms (no fever). I now have a blister-like rash on my forehead. What would cause this?
See physician: You should see physician to rule out herpes zoster or any other etiology.
I have been having rashes on my head for six years today. It comes and goes. What can be the cause.?
??: I WOULD RECOMMEND SEEING A DOCTOR.Get a more detailed answer ›
I have two rashes close together on one side of my forehead that appear and disappear. They formed within aweek of each other after some kind of spot?
NEED AN EXAM: Let your pcp or a dermatologist see the rash.
There are rashes of tiny red dots around the eyes and cheeks and forehead of my three year old son. Should I be worried?
Rashes?: Ican be very common, but if instead of getting better is getting worse have him see his physician for evaluation, .
Small rashes in forehead after miscarriage. My skin has always been normal without any acne or rashes.
Ok: It will go away.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hi im tasha I recently started getting small red bumps that look as if there rashes on my face by my forehead and cheek area and it's itchy.
Facial rash: Small red bumps on face typically represent a rash. Rashes can be caused by many things such a virus, food allergies, contact allergies and more. If it persists for more than several days I recommend dermatology evaluation. Try to pinpoint what may have caused the rash. Topical corticosteroid creams may help
My 4 month had red rashes only on his face. Forehead, cheeks, and under his eyes. Can I use benadryl (diphenhydramine) cream?
Not advised: This will not help with most pediatric rashes, including hives. Although this could be a benign viral eruption, best to notify the pediatrician for advice.
Will rashes on forehead, genital itch and tingling n white tongue be a sign of HIV or side effects of topiramate? . Last week, negative HIV test.
Topiramate: Those are all potential side effects of topiramate. Contact your doctor and ask him or her what to do. Best wishes. Info can be found at www. Drugs. Com and type in topiramate and look under side effects. More detailed side effects are under the for professionals section.
My 1year and six months son has swellings on the head and a red rash like on the buttoms. What may be the cause?
See Your Doctor: From the description there are possibly two separate problems. "Swellings on the head" could have several causes starting with bug bites and much more. The same is true for the rash on "bottom". There is not enough information given fo formulate a cause. Additionally diagnosing skin conditions without visual inspection is challenging. See your doctor for correct diagnosis and treatment.