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Rash Around Temple
I have a had a burning sensation on the right side at temple it comes and goes I don't have any other symptoms and there's no rash, not hot to touch?
Extreme sharp pain in left temple, last 30 sec-1min. Finger contractions. Itching all over no rash. Tingling left face and left head. Fatigue. Twitchi?
See a neurologist: Some what atypical but atypical migraine is a possibility.
I have been having rashes on my head for six years today. It comes and goes. What can be the cause.?
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My child is 3 years old, has strong cold but not coughing, his chicks have some red rashes and he touches his head quiteoften.?
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My son have skin rashes on his neck and head, it have been a few days now since he is in a swimming camp. Here are photos and videos?
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I keep getting rashes all over my body very itchy now it is on my head coming up in lumps seems to get worse in winter and on my shins I will scratch?
See a doctor: Eruptions of this nature may be infective, allergic, non-infectious inflammatory and even rarely due to underlying malignancies. Working out the cause for these may take a prolonged investigation by an experienced clinician. See your pcp and if they cannot handle this they may refer you to a dermatologist or allergist. Good luck.See 1 more doctor answer
No: Head lice are actually more dependent on the shape and nature of the hair shaft, not of the condition of your scalp. They like to attach to fine, thin hairs. You also need to be exposed to get head lice - they don't just happen because of any skin conditions. However, once your scalp is infested, irritation from them biting the scalp can certainly lead to intense itching and scalp irritation.
How can I treat my alopecia. I have it on my head along with rashes and redness. I am also getting bald patches on my head.
Find the cause: The cause of your problem has to be first diagnosed before a treatment is offered.
What to do if I'm a diabetic, even clean every day coller of penis head there is salt like some thing appears. With rashes?
Penis: I suggest you get a referral to a urologist.
I randomly scratch my head, my body. I got anxiety problems. No rashes nor allergies. Is it my neurological system causing this prob?
No: Your chronic anxiety is the problem. Treat that first.
Hi I just noticed that before the head of the penis I have these red small rashes. They are not bumps, you can't feel a bump when you touch it?
Most likely, ok...: As long as no local discomfort, such rashes may suggest mild balanitis (inflammation of glans penis), which is usually related with redundant foreskin with poor local hygiene. Without detailed history and inspection, it's hard to make a firm statement. If any doubt, go to see an expert in the field. Best luck...
I've developed rashes in various places on my body, they look like scratches and are itchy...Located on shoulders, chest, back, head, inner thigh?
My body starts to itch when I start to sweat, and especially my head and scalp. Even when I eat chilli food, which I love, my body comes up in rashes.
Red rashes on the face and head only of 11 month old baby boy after sun exposure on the beach temporal temperature is 36.6 and very alert pls. Advise.
Sounds like sunburn: A baby gets sunburn very easily. Even on a cloudy day, it is possible to get a sunburn, because uv light penetrates through clouds. I would strongly recommend to keep babies in a shade, not directly expose to any sunlight. A baby gets sunstroke more easily than older children as well.
I'm not 100% clear?: On what it is that you would like to know, but I think you are concerned that your itching and back pain are potentially related to hypothyroidism. That is a legitimate concern if your hair is especially thin and brittle, if you have very dry skin, and if your depressive symptoms have worsened despite medication. Consitpation, fatigue and weight gain are also symptoms. Ask UR Doc about testing.
Few weeks ago I shaved my head and cut my mole, now a lump next to the mole has developed and 2 large raised rashes have appeared underneath??
A concern: Dermatologic conditions are hard to discuss without seeing them. Cannot say in your particular case, but generally, a change in a wart or mole including becoming raised is a potential cancer sign and needs direct looking at by a dermatologist.