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Rash With Blisters On Legs
Possibly infectious: If the area is painful and/or there was pain in the area before the blisters appeared it could be shingles. They usually are pretty localized and the blisters will crust over. If it is recognized early there are medicines to take but even without treatment will usually resolve on its own but may leave residual pain at site. Your primary is the best place to go to be evaluated. ...Read more
Pemphigus vulgaris?: Hi, what is the diagnosis? Is it Pemphigus vulgarism? With the description you provided I only can think of Pemphigus vulgarism which is painful blister, do u have any in ur mouth? u gotta c a dermatologist, there r other medications like immunosuppresants and Biological therapy options besides Steroid. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Swimming rash: Basic skin sensitivity to treated water results in contact dermatitis, according to mayoclinic.Com. You develop reddened and irritated skin, sometimes with raised red bumps on your skin. Swimmer's itch is another skin condition that causes red and raised bumps or even blisters on your skin. Parasites in infected water cause swimmer's itch. The condition usually resolves itself after about one week. ...Read more
Have some very big knot like blister/red rashes behind both ears, on chest, back and a few on legs. They hurt to touch. What could this be?
I have burning red rashes on my arms, legs and body. No blisters or fluids. NP says it may be allergy. How can I reduce the burning and calm the rash?
RASH ARMS LEGS BODY: DON'T KNOW HOW LONG YOU HAVE HAD THIS. BUT DO SEE A DERMATOLOGIST SOON . . . ...Read more
I have a recurring rash that turns into a blister on the same spot on my lower leg, at least once every year. What could be the cause?
Rash on leg for two weeks that randomly itches and develops little blisters that pop when scratched. Spreads and swells when scratched. ?
Rash: Have you been working outdoors or camping? It sounds like poison ivy or poison oak. Avoid scratching. Apply topical hydrocortisone or calomine lotion/benadryl lotion. take over the counter antihistamine like cetirizine or loratidine if you can tolerate it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer