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Red Rash On Hip Symptoms
My 4 yr old son suffers from itching, rashes and redness after every 7-10 days behind his knees & back of his thighs, hips and elbow joints?
Eczema: Eczema is a skin problem which causes dry, itchy skin, especially in the areas you mentioned. It can come and go for years. Bathe with plain water, only mild soap as needed, no scrubbing. Pat dry and apply a good moisturizer (no fragrance, thick, not a watery lotion) regularly. If it worsens and causes raw skin, see your doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
Numbness on left side below waistline on hip for 4 days. No redness, pain or rash. Occasional itch. ?
Numbness: Numbness usually means some process involving a nerve. It could be something like having worn tight-at the waist clothing that caused some compression, or possibly arthritis or spinal disk problem, particularly after having done some physical work. Onset of shingles could be numbness, itch or pain. Since this is persisting, i would recommend a visit to your doctor for a proper diagnosis. ...Read more
I have rashes and itching on my hips ,genital areas and thighs for last 2 yrs.i have strong itching sensation & it turns into red sores.kindly suggest?
CONTACT DERMATITIS?: DO YOU TAKE ANY MEDICATIONS? IF SO, WHICH? Which soap and laundry do you use? ANYTHING NEW? Could be from having switched your soap or detergent. If it doesn't get better, see a dermatologist. ...Read more
I've had extreme itching and bruising from my knees up to my hips for 6 weeks. No rash, bumps or redness. I haven't changed dials and I am not allergi?
Itch and bruises: Extreme itching without a rash can be caused by dry skin, diabetes, prickly heat, hyperthyroidism, polycythemia(too many red blood cells) as well as other diseases like lymphoma. If the bruises are not from scratching, a bone marrow or hematologic disorder is suspected. Your physician should evaluate you and order appropriate tests and referrals to specialists may be advised. ...Read more
How can I cure this red, itchy round rash on both sides of my hips? Im a builder so i work outside in the cold a lot and wear thermal trousers
Rash on hips: Eczema is commonly seen on hips particularly in cold weather. Eczema is red/pink and scaly and can be very itchy. If eczema is mild, moisturizers like petroleum jelly or a fragrance-free dye-free cream 2-3 times a day may help. Over the counter cortisone creams may help as well, however, you have to make sure it is not something like a fungal infection that can look very similar to eczema. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a small rash on my lower hip/ upper left buttock. It doesn't itch, but it is red and painful. is it just a rash or something more?
Hi, I have a rash that apearred on both side of my hips, around my underwear elastic line, I've had it for about a year, round, red and itchy?
Unwanted rashes: You very well may be reacting to the laundry soap concentrated in the underwear elastic band. It may be nice to rewash all clothes like this in just water without laundry detergent an then letting your skin recover. If you are reacting to the elastic you may need a different type of underwear. A good skin doctor can help you sort all of this out. ...Read more
I woke up this morning with a rash in the crease where hips meet groin. Red rash burning a little no sores. Just appeared overnight one side only?
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