Underarm rash smells bad - Doctor answers
Deodorant: Or antiperspirant or fragrances of any kind can really affect the relatively delicate skin in that area. ...Read more
Underarm rash: Skin condition involving texture or color of axillary skin. ...Read more
Under arm rash: The two most common causes are reaction to deodorants and shaving. A physician should be able to give you the appropriate advice to get it resolved. ...Read more
Scented deodorants: This can be from excessive sweating creating an environment for candida or from an allergic contact reaction to the deodorant you are using. A topical cortisone cream may help if it is a contact allergy, reducing the sweating with a fragrance-free deodorant +/- an antifungal cream may control the candida infection. See a dermatologist if the above measures failed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Underarm rash I've had at least 8 years...fluctuates color bright red, itchy at times, no one can figure out what it is...what should I do?
Dermatologist: Hard to say unless the rash is seen. See a skin specialist if nobody has been able to give you a diagnosis. ...Read more
I have a red itchy underarm rash for about 2 months. It's is getting worse and seems to be spreading in an ever largening circular pattern.?
Get it examined.: This needs to be examined. See your doctor. ...Read more
How do you treat a non-itchy, scaly underarm rash that was caused by a perfume containing alcohol?
Is it normal if I just started taking the pill and I've been having a lot of trouble sleeping and an underarm rash?
No: Those would be very unusual effects. Probably there is some other cause. Check with your doctor. ...Read more
I have a rash with bumps under my armpit. It does spit out puss it also smells really bad. It speed down my chest to my thighs and genatiles.?
A possibility: Sound like a typical description of hidradenitis superativa, or persistent abscess-like infections usually under the armpit. Know that smoking is a common exacerbant. Multiple strategies exist to treat, including surgery, and so I would recommend seeing a physician sooner than later. Good luck! ...Read more