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Flip Flops Rash Feet
Foot rash: I would recommend seeing a healthcare provider who can see your feet or doing a virtual consult with a healthcare provider. There are many things that can cause a painful foot rash, but this cannot be diagnosed without more information and likely without seeing the rash. Best wishes. ...Read more
See a dermatologist: It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms. ...Read more
Most commonly fungal: Infections affect the feet. If there is redness, scaling and itching it is often a fungal infection (tinea pedis). But it could also be scabies if it is in between the toes, flea bites or even cellulitis (bright red, painful and swollen), to name few. Any rash that does not resolve should be examined. ...Read more
No, not unless: That area is infected as well.Get a more detailed answer ›
Hard to know: You could have several options but the most common culprit would be athlete's foot. You could try some over the counter treatments prior to seekingcare if you would like. ...Read more
I have some rashes or sores in my hands and feet. : (its been 4days today. I'm afraid. What are these : (?
The top of my both my feet have been so itchy and have rashes since last year but it seems to get worse during summer. Why? Image of it as profile.
See a dermatologist: Eczema????? Best to see a skin specialist for accurate diagnosis with appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Send picture: A better description will be needed. Attach a picture if possible. There are many potential causes of skin rash which doesn't mean much without more details. ...Read more
Doctor to evaluate: Rashes are difficult to describe in words. A rash may be eczema, an allergic reaction, an infection, etc. Bluish or purplish spot are blood spots and would need blood testing right away. Vasculitis spots are sort of blood spots combined with inflammation. Sometimes, spots have unknown causes. A primary care doctor or dermatologist can examine both the rash and the patient, to find a treatment. ...Read more
Can there be two herald patches for pityriasis rosea for two isolated areas? One on neck, one of foot. Round rashes on back of feet can also be PR?
Usually PR is in the trunk more than face and extremities
Consult your dr or a dermatologist ...Read more
I have rashes on feet and my palm, it itches and bring out liquid, it's been on for 18yrs now. Pls help?
Dermatologist: 18 years is a long time, I hope you were able to see a dermatologist for it, this needs to be examined to determine the problem. If you have not seen one, you should. ...Read more
How do you get rid of really bad athletes foot rashes? Does sunlight (lots of it) kill the fungus?
Pt had rashes on soles of feet & palms at 4yo, was treated w/something, lesions went away, is it possible they are still infected w/latent syphilis?
???????: Second stage syphilis has lesions palms ; soles, also other symptoms. Latent syphilis is latent, meaning no symptoms. A blood test will reveal syphilis. Is the patient aged 4? Probably a virus. Possibly pustular dermatitis or psoriasis. If any suspician of syphilis be sure to get the blood test. ...Read more
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