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Doctor insights on: Warm Skin

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Dr. Sanjiv Kaul
6 doctors shared insights

Warm Skin (Overview)

Warm skin is skin that feels warm like it should be, or feels warmer than normal.


Dr. Sanjiv Kaul
6 doctors shared insights

Warm Skin (Overview)

Warm skin is skin that feels warm like it should be, or feels warmer than normal.


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If u have a skin cyst is it ok to put warm compresses on it? Any other home remedy anyone have to get rid of it?

If u have a skin cyst is it ok to put warm compresses on it?  Any other home remedy anyone have to get rid of it?

CYSTS: Skin cysts are benign growths and unless these are disfiguring and too large, can be left alone.Warm compresses do not help unless it gets infected. The only way you can get rid of these is by surgical excision. ...Read more

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Treating Dry Skin (Checklist)

Use moisturizers regularly
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Use mild soap when washing the skin
Once
Limit overexposure to detergents or soaps
Once
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Red blotchy warm skin on chest?

Many possibilities: There's a long differential here, from seborrheic dermatitis to allergic or irritant dermatitis to a yeast or fungus infection - hives - something called erythema multiforme - the list goes on and on. A lot depends on how long it's been present, whether it itches, its precise appearance, etc. You really need to have a dermatologist look at it in person. ...Read more

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Ii think I have a hernia under my bellybutton, on left side, no symptoms just feel a ball and warm skin & light pain.

Ii think I have a hernia under my bellybutton,  on left side, no symptoms just feel a ball and warm skin & light pain.

Possible: Let your doctor examine you , most of umbilical hernias do not need repair ( surgery ) how ever most likely you have incarceration , mental fat tissue got stuck inside , then you may need surgery , then your family doctor will refer you to a surgeon. ...Read more

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Red warm skin in leg. Dvt?

Red warm skin in leg. Dvt?

Could be.: Dvt stands for deep vein thrombosis - or a bad blood clot - and yes, it could be that. But it could also be an infection, or other things. See your doctor as soon as possible; this is not something to try to treat on your own. ...Read more