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Honeycomb Shape Rash On Leg
Difficult to tell: It is tough to tell what this rash could be due to, just based on your general description. The possibilities may include ringworm, psoriasis, eczema, lyme disease, etc. You should have your primary doctor or dermatologist actually take a look to better determine the diagnosis. Best wishes.
My daughter has a random rash in the shape of a circle on her leg/bum, it's been there for a month and won't go, Unsure what it is, also it hasn't spread anywhere else?
Need to be seen: Unfortunately you cannot be helped online, start with your doctor, what may refer you to a dermatologist, best wishes
I have a red scaly odd oval shaped rash on my leg, just below the knee. This occurred after I fell on a concrete step last November which caused a hem?
I have a rash on the backs of my legs, buttocks, top of feet, & slowly worsened over 2 wks. It's red, irregular shaped, slightly raised, NOT itchy.
BLISTERS ALL OVER: CANNOT HELP WITHOUT SEEING THESE BLISTERS. HOW LONG HAVE THEY BEEN THERE? PLEASE SEE A DERMATOLOGIST. AND SOON. BEST LUCK
Itchy slightly burning rash on my arms, hands, fingers, legs and scrotum. Its not raised, but is slightly red. No distinct shape. No meds or allergy?
Here are some. ..: Since not urgent, so, still make effort to watch & identify potential offending factors in living environment and lifestyles besides tracing down if any family members have similar conditions as yours or if it's related with seasonal or hot muddy weather. Hopefully, you may find the causes for your itchy rashes in time after exhausting personal & professional efforts so to live on more comfortably
I have skin discoloration and swelling on my right shin. It is red and honeycomb shaped. There has been no trauma or pain. Blood and x-rays normal.?
Skin condition: There are many different skin conditions that could cause this from dermatitis/eczema, psorisis, or something more serious. Depends on how long it has been there, other symtoms like itching or pain or if it bleeds or drains any. A picture would help. You may need it biopsied to find out specifically what is causing it. You could try topical hydrocortisone cream for a short period if it helps.
Usually won't matter: Recurrent rashes on the arms and legs of babies are often eczema, which appears as reddened, rough, dry skin areas. On severe eczema areas, the skin will get tiny cracks that ooze moisture. Changing the laundry detergent usually doesn't make a difference in the rash, but parents can try using no detergent for 2-3 weeks and see if the rash resolves (just wash the laundry with hot or warm water).See 1 more doctor answer
I've been having some red rashes accompanied by a greenish color on my leg for about a week, and I think it's spreading.
Unusual rashes on leg? It's itchy and little swelled. It's in two places and I'm also itchy other places (back, etc) what is it?
See a doc: You need a physical examintion and evalution. Talk to your PCP
In order to provide: You with reassurance or treatment recommendations - the rash needs to medically evaluated. There are a number of difference causes for rashes.
Lots of rash causes: Mary, your question is pretty broad. It would be helpful to know if the rash begins in the groin or is midway down inner thighs. It is also helpful to know if the rash is warm and tender. The most common causes of a rash where skin might rub against itself is irritation. For an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan please see a general practitioner or dermatologist.See 1 more doctor answer
I have bite mark rashes on my legs, they've been there for two months. Can you help me identify them?
I've rashes especially on butt n my legs since a year ago. I've applied different medicine since then but none works. What could this be?
Groin Rash: The area between the buttocks and the upper inner thighs, is warm and prone to friction rubbing. It is a common place for a fungal infection, called dermatophytes, and also yeast infections. Other kinds of rashes can also affect these areas, like psoriasis, and dermatitis. A year is a long time, and so it may be best to see a skin doctor, who can make the diagnosis and prescribe the right medicines.See 1 more doctor answer