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Recurring Hand Rash
See derm: definitely 2 years is too long, so make an appt to see dermatologist for treatment ...Read more
Most bumps and blotches on a newborn baby are harmless and clear up by themselves. By far the most common skin problem in infants is diaper rash. Diaper rash is an irritation of the skin caused by dampness, urine, or feces. Most babies who wear diapers will have some type of diaper rash. However, there are other skin disorders that can cause rashes. These are usually not serious unless ...Read more
My hand rash covered with rash recently. But the rash comes in a small part small part.. Sometime feels itchy but sometime noe. So how to recover?
I don't know if my hand rash is contagious or not. Does anyone know any home remedies to get rid of it?
Hand rash: One of the more common otc antifungal creams is clotrimazole, which goes by the brand names lotrimin af athlete's foot cream or lotrimin af jock itch cream (in the United States) and other common otc antifungal creams include the brand names monistat 1 (tioconazole), tinactin (tolnaftate), Lamisil (terbinafine), and aloe vesta, baza and carrington antifungals (miconazole). Fungus vrs eczema? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
3 months of jock itch treatment + hand rash ongoing. Would a dermatologist be able to test and determine root cause if treatment needs to change?
Any ideas on what could present with a raised hand rash AND neurological symptoms (brain fog, tremor, loss of balance?)
Strep throat, prescribed amoxicillin. Then red spots on top of hand, rash along both bottom sides of arms. Doc says unlikely allergic relation. STD?
Strep related: There are at least two forms of rash associated with strep. One is related to a toxin released by living strep germs, typically flat, sand papery and rosey. Anther is a hive like eruption (bumps) that can be associated with it. There are a few STD associated rashes, but what you describe is not how they appear. ...Read more
Very itchy reoccurring & slightly raised
type of rash on both palms of hands. What could be the cause? Thanks
This is in all: liklihood hand dermatitis or eczema. People can be genetically susceptible, or be in frequent contact with an irritant, or have allergies. Irritants include water, detergents, solvents, cold, heat, friction. Dermatologist can pinpoint cause. Then minimize contact with irritants, use non-soap cleanser, minimize water/dry well, use moisturizers, possibly cotton gloves and topical steroids. Good luck ...Read more
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