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How Long Does Rash Associated With Contact Dermatitis Last
Consider this: Thrush is a yeast infection. Antifungal medications help. Scraping the tongue is important... Use a tongue scraper and avoid foods and beverages with yeast such as beer and breads. It will usually clear up in 2 weeks but if it persists more aggresive actions can be employed. ...Read more
Depends: Allergic contact (ie poison ivy) lasts 1-2 weeks. Irritant contact lasts usually shorter time. Allergic takes abt 72 hrs to start, irritant starts right away. Allergic usually itches, irritant usually burns. Both can appear identically however, and both will continue if exposure continues. ...Read more
1-3 weeks: It is, of course, variable based on each patient. Em is most often self-limited. Mild cases can resolve in 1-2 weeks but more advanced cases can take longer to resolve. ...Read more
About 10 days: This is the approximate life span of the illness. ...Read more
It depends: Any rash will last as long as the cause is present. Some good ways to deal with teething pain are teething rings or frozen wash clothes. Use tylenol (acetaminophen) for severe teething discomfort only. Try applying neosporin to the rash and keep the area clean wiping away saliva frequently. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Approx 10 days: Give or take a few days.Get a more detailed answer ›
Depends...: A week or 2.Get a more detailed answer ›
A few weeks: Sometimes a few months. It depends on severity. ...Read more
Approx 10 days: You may want to use a rinse to gargle which may help speed the process i.E lies terrine mouth wash, or chlorasceptic if you have any discomfort. ...Read more
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