red rashes on breast

Answers

1 Answers
1 Doctor agrees
10009637x1386628680

How do i get rid of red rash under breasts?

Keep skin dry

Dermatitis
Try to keep the skin dry. Use a anti fungal as it could be yeast. If this does not help try 1% hydrocortisone but not every day as it can contribute to the yeast and cause thinning of the skin.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

1 Answers
Dr. Michael Korona answered:

How do i get rid of red rash under my breasts?

Get checked

Candida_vulvovaginitis
to see if it is a yeast infection.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

2 Answers
2 Doctor agrees
12246070x1386643079 10014299x1386629211
Dr. John T. Chiu answered:

What can be causing a red itchy rash under breasts?

Fungal?

Itching
You may have problem with a Candida (yeast ) infection especially if your breasts are quite large and you sweat a lot. Other potential but less likely cause would be a contact allergy to material used in your bra.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

1 Answers

I am now not pregnant, what is this red rash on my breasts?

Irritation?

Breast
is the rash in one breast? or is it in both? where is it located? around the areaola or in inferior crease line. Are you over weight? All these questions have to be answered before we can give uyou an answer to your rash
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

1 Answers
Dr. Oscar Novick answered:

I have red rash under my breasts its very hot and itchy I'm also 25 weeks pregnant?

Intertrigo

Skin_rash
You have intertrigo which is usually caused by a yeast infection. Speak to your OB or consult a dermatologist
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

1 Answers
1 Doctor agrees
10013299x1386629145
Dr. Keith Ramsey answered:

What should I do about red watery rash under breast?

Intertrigo

Skin_rash
Try mixing Hydrocortisone 1% cream with Clotrimazole cream on your fingers and applying it three times a day for 1-2 weeks. That should clear it up. If not, then have it seen.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

1 Answers
Dr. Jane Van Dis answered:

I'm breastfeeding and I have this itchy red rash on my breast I've had it for about 3 weeks now?

Could be yeast

Breastfeeding
An itchy red rash sounds like it could be a yeast infection. You can get yeast infections on your skin, in fact they are quite common. You can try some over the counter antifungal cream (clotrimazole would be an example) and see if that alleviates. Otherwise, if that doesn't work, consider some hydrocortisone cream. If neither works, or your concerned, see your doctor. Good luck!
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

1 Answers

Last night I found a red rash under my breast. Im not sure what it is.could it be shingles? Im really concerned. What do you think it could be?

See your doctor

Shingles
See your doctor for a personal evaluation to be sure nothing serious is wrong.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

1 Answers
Dr. John T. Chiu answered:

Red itchy rash under breast and groin area it looks like sun burn with bumps. I'm itchy all over but no rash other then those areas. What can this be?

Yeast infection?

Groin
If you are overweight, the areas under the breasts, the love handle, and the groin are more susceptible to Candida infection. If this applies to you, try to keep these areas dry by using antiperspirant . In the meanwhile try some anti-fungal cream on the areas for a few days. If still not improved after a week, see you doctor. For overweight people, losing some weight should be a long-term goal.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

1 Answers

I have had a red rash on my breast for a few months now. It is really itchy and doesn't seem to just be dry skin. I can't seem to get it to go away.

Rash

Eczema
The list of possibilities here is Too long to even guess what's causing it. . If this rash has been going on for that long, best advice is to see your physician ASAP so they can look at the rash and be able to treat it or refer you to a dermatologist.
Sign Up

Get personalized answers from doctors!

Sign up to see more