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Hi, im having itchy red dots appearing and disappearing 1 on my forehead 1on my cheek on my neck in my ear 3 on my chest?

Hi, im having itchy red dots appearing and disappearing 1 on my forehead 1on my cheek on my neck in my ear 3 on my chest?

Itchy spots: Hard to tell what they are, if they come and go they may be hives, but i suggest you see a dermatologist to give you a proper diagnosis. Btw alcohol may make things worse. ...Read more

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I have slight redness in ear canal, itchy in ear canal, slight dulled earing, slight pain in canal, blocks up with fluid when i wake up in the morning?

I have slight redness in ear canal, itchy in ear canal, slight dulled earing, slight pain in canal, blocks up with fluid when i wake up in the morning?

You have: Just described eustachian tube dysfunction fairly well. If otc antihistamines and decongestants, and smoking cessation don't improve your symptoms within a few days consult your doctor. Don't put anything in your ear canal unless instructed by your doctor. ...Read more

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Ear gets itchy and redness. Researched and found that DermOtic ear drops is the best bet. Would you recommend it and can write a presction as it looks like prescription only?

Ear gets itchy and redness. Researched and found that DermOtic ear drops is the best bet. Would you recommend it and can write a presction as it looks like prescription only?

HealthTap Prime: That med may be helpful. The feature you would need online is the HealthTap Prime where you can get a virtual video consult, and possibly that Rx would be ordered for you. that is a service that requires a fee from you to HealthTap. Or you could see your Dr. in their office for an exam and the Rx. Good luck. ...Read more

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How do you treat a recurring rash (redness, dry, itchy, scaly, flaky) around the mouth/nose/cheeks/behind ears that gets worse when feeling stressed?

How do you treat a recurring rash (redness, dry, itchy, scaly, flaky) around the mouth/nose/cheeks/behind ears that gets worse when feeling stressed?

Steroid ointment: sounds like eczema, [allergic dermatitis] can't sure it , just use over the outer cortisone cream 2x/d up to 2 weeks/month, use vaseline in between, if not good enough see add for a stronger steroid ointment. ...Read more

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I am experiencing rash on face and purple rash around eyes. The following also describe me: Skin rash, Skin redness or irritation, Skin swelling. My rash is going away, but my skin is still very itchy and my ears are getting swollen.

I am experiencing  rash on face and purple rash around eyes. The following also describe me: Skin rash, Skin redness or irritation, Skin swelling. My rash is going away, but my skin is still very itchy and my ears are getting swollen.

Periorbital rash: May be infection like strep or may be lyme which can have a multitude of presentations. Could also be allergic reaction-new topical creams on face or soaps? Very rarely may be HSP variant (Henoch-Schonlein purpura) any joint pains/ lower extremity rash or dots? Keep hydrated .Would follow up with doc over next 24 -48 hours ...Read more

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My ears get red & itchy at night?

My ears get red & itchy at night?

Itchy red ears: Wonder if you may have allergy to something you're exposed to at night, because allergies do get worse at night and extended exposure is typical for them. What you may be allergic to remains open. Look for potential allergens in your bedroom - pillow, bedding, mites, bed bugs, detergents, personal hygiene items to name a few. ...Read more

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Red itchy ears?

Rash?: Is it a rash? Sunburn? Infection? Very difficult to answer without seeing it in person to examine. See your doctor if you are concerned. ...Read more

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At night my face and ears get really red and hot to the touch. Never happens during the day and is always gone in the morning. Not bumpy or itchy. What is this?

At night my face and ears get really red and hot to the touch. Never happens during the day and is always gone in the morning. Not bumpy or itchy. What is this?

Overheated: If your room is too warm, your body temperature may be driven up without the regulatory mechanism of vasodilation, which often occurs at the cheeks and ears, allowing heat to be emitted out of the body, thereby keeping your internal body temperature normal. As the night progresses and you move into a restful sleep, the body temperature falls, so the blood vessels would no longer be dilated. ...Read more

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My ear feels warm, has become red and itchy all of a sudden. It's ok for few hours and then flare up. This happens once every few months.

Allergic reaction: Redness and itching usually means an allergic reaction to something which comes in contact with the ear. It could be from ear ring, hair spray, clothing, etc. Try to eliminate these and apply cortisone type cream to see if the condition clears. Infection of the ear usually burns and doesn't itch. See your physician as needed. ...Read more

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Red itchy rash on my ears?

Red itchy rash on my ears?

Many possibilities: There are many things that could cause the skin to itch. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, sun exposure, insect bites, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more

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What can I do about hot, itchy, red palms and ears?

What can I do about hot, itchy, red palms and ears?

Antihistamine: A antihistamine might help but it would be better for you to see your dermatologist for the exact cause of this skin eruption. ...Read more

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I have red itchy and flaky skin on th back of my left ear its been there for years what do you think it is?

I have red itchy and flaky skin on th back of my left ear its been there for years what do you think it is?

Eczema: Often when people complain if flakey, itchy reddish skin, eczema comes to mind. The first step is for people to try a steroid cream (otc Hydrocortisone cream) if that doesnt help, your primary md, derm or ENT can point you to the right direction. ...Read more

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