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Rash That Moves Around Body
Rash: It is hard to tell without looking at it, you need to have the pediatrician look at it to determine what it is. ...Read more
My daughter has a streaky rash. It moves around all over her body. It looks like poison ivy, but doesn't itch. Often goes away within an hour.?
Dermographism: This sounds like dermographism. While its more common for dermographism to itch, in some people the itch is too minimal to notice. Can you make the rash appear by stroking the skin firmly with the edge of a popsicle stick? If so, it is probably dermographism, which is usually not serious. Discuss it with your doctor. ...Read more
I suppose so: I mean, the skin manifestations can evolve over time in stages, so I guess it would appear that it is moving. ...Read more
I have been itching for months. It moves from place to place on my body and can sudenly stop. Never in one place. No rash or hives.?
Itching: Kidney and liver disease, celiac, iron deficiency, thyroid disease can cause itching. Check complete metabolic profile, celiac and thyroid panels and abdominal sonogram for liver cirrhosis, if appropriate. Avoid gluten for 1-2 weeks as you can have sensitivity w/o celiac May be dry skin try moisturizing with coconut oil in shower. Rarely lymphomas can cause itching check CXR. F/u w/ doc ...Read more
I seem to have a rash that moves to different parts of my body. Usually under arm, or in groin area, and sometimes a red line near it.?
Moving rash: The armpit and groin are naturally moist, but also normally home to benign yeast, fungi and bacteria. This may be nothing to be worried about, but it can be a sign of diabetes. Diabetics are prone to infections. Other immune suppressors can also do this, so time for a check at a primary care provider more then a simple answer on line. Check it out to be safe. ...Read more
Hi I have a rash that moves from 1 part of my body to the next it's red blochy patches that are very very itchy and sore even the palms of my hands?
Rash: Step one for all rash treatment is to establish the cause of the rash. Some things you can do before seeing a physician is to be sure the rash is not an adverse reaction to a medication or suppliment you are taking, (stop all non-prescription otc medications) make sure that the rash is not an allergy to a topical product that you are using, (stop all fragranced detergents, soaps and lotions). ...Read more
Explanation: We cannot tell what kind a disease is it not seeing the rash. Sorry. Go to any clinic for evaluation ...Read more
The rashes: Will need to be medically assessed and accurately diagnosed before a treatment plan can be developed for you. Take care. ...Read more
Yes: Baby acne is felt to be triggered by high level of maternal hormone levels that sustained the pregnancy & prepaired for breast feeding. Clamping the cord cuts off new hormone input, but leaving the wet spa of pregnancy puts baby in contact with skin irritants and germs. The process accelerates for a while before peaking & the intensity varies. Eventually the hormones & acne are gone. ...Read more
Hello sir. I'm worried because everyday night I have rashes to all parts of body! What should I do? Help me please
Doctor to evaluate: Rashes and spots are difficult to describe in words. Generalized spots may be part of an allergic reaction or an infection. "Generalized" means the rash is all over the body. Bluish or purplish spot are blood spots and would need blood testing right away. 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
I have loads of rashes on my body but they look like love bites and I've had them for a long time and they aren't going what are they?
Body rash: Can be from multiple sources... an exam will give you the best diagnosis and treatment plan that will be effective for you. There are many natural and prescription meds that are helpful. Best wishes! ...Read more
I get constant, recurring rashes all over my body that have required strong Rx medication to contain. This has been going on for almost 1.5 years.
See a dermatologist: You neglect to indicate any diagnosis. You forgot to mention any of your "strong" meds. When you see a dermatologist, be prepared to provide all the details if you want any hope that you can be helped. ...Read more
See physician: Rashes not normally a sign of diabetes. That said, what's causing the rash, fever, insect bite, contact dermatitis, food allergy, measles, and so many other causes. Call pediatrician to make appointment for examination. Different causes produce different rashes. Your child must be examined. ...Read more
See a dermatologist: It is very difficult to comment on rashes without being able to visulaize them. A dermatologist can off er you the most help for this problem. ...Read more
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