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Spreading Rash With Blisters
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
My friend has a blister rash on her arm and it spread to her chest. It's itchy and not painful. What can it be and what are some remedies?
Contact dermatitis: Is what is sounds like but she should be seen by an md. Rashes are best evaluated by having a professional look at it. ...Read more
I got a rash on her side that has spread to under the breast. It just looks like a rash but the rash under the breast looks like a blister. Shingles?
Shingles?: It may be. The blisters are tiny and called vesicles and grouped close to each other. Generally associated with discomfort, pain, tingling sensation. Many conditions can cause a blistering rash, things ranging from poison oak to diseases of the internal system. Evaluation by a doctor is advised. ...Read more
I have a really bad blister rash that itches terribly an has continued to spread for about two weeks they are mainly on my fingers an back eczema?
Blister rash: 1). This rash needs to be evaluated " in person" to come up with some conclusive differential 2). The distribution and duration sounds like - scabies or eczema super- infected with bacteria or virus or sone other rash of viral origin. Fungal rash when super infected with bacteria also act like your description. ...Read more
My daughter has a blister like nappy rash that has spread to her buttocks and her face and has a light rash all over her body. they look like blisters?
Viral exanthum: Rashes associated with fever in children are often caused by viral infections. We call these 'exanthums'. These rashes are generally harmless and go away when the infection resolves. However, rashes associated with very high fevers, lethargy, rapid progression, vomiting or other concerning symptom require immediate evaluation. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
He's had fever up to 104.1 for 5 days. Yesterday only 102.5, and i saw he had a rash on chest, red no blisters, today spread everywhere, even forehead?
My friend has a blister rash on her arm that spread to her chest and is now continuing to spread. It is very itchy and does not hurt. What can this be?
Blister Rash: There are many skin conditions that can cause blisters: bacterial infections, fungal infections, viral infections, drug reactions, autoimmune conditions, and an allergic reaction to chemicals or poison ivy. Your friend needs to visit a dermatologist for a diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Can I have chicken pox?How fast do they spread? My rash is red bumps that resemble small blisters ans they itch.
Maybe,maybe not: Cpx is a contagious disease that can spread via droplet contact to anyone who is not immune to the disease. The incubation averages 2 wks & the rash starts out like small bumps that enlarge & fill with fluid before opening & crusting all in 1-2 days. Often starting around the neck/face, they can progress to involve any skin surface. Blisters continue to come out for 6-7d. ...Read more
Used at home hair removal laser-burned skin under lower lip-used antibiotic ointment-then got white blisters/pustules? &rash spread-what's wrong now?
See dermatologist: See a dermatologist to get proper wound care and treatment of scar. Early and proper intervention can prevent or minimize scar. The allergic reaction to topical antibiotic can be treated with a prescription topical steroid. Infection may require oral antibiotic. Wound needs to be treated with petrolatum (vaseline or aquaphor). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a VERY painful rash w/ weepy blisters behind my ear. Very bad neck & back pain. Rash spread across forehead @ hairline. Headaches. Nauseous. ?
Less than 1 week: If you're talking about a common blister that develops at a site of trauma or rubbing, they usually resolve in 5-7 days. ...Read more
Crutches: You can wrap hand towels and wash rags around them padded areas and secure with duct tape. You can also purchase thicker and better cushions from your medical supply house. ...Read more
Yes: It will because it's inflammatory. This makes the skin pink and red. ...Read more
I have a year old baby and he has rashes all over his body and look like blisters and all over his fingers. What could it be?
Usually: Usually, unless they are in moist areas that don't allow a definite scab. Please make sure those lesions have healed well before you think you are not contagious! ...Read more