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How to treat a rash?

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Dr. Mark Patterson
Pediatrics
6 doctors agree

In brief: It depends

Rash is merely the skin's response to something irritating it.
It can range from subtle to life-threatening. As such, there is no one simple treatment option. If you have a rash that is bothersome to you, i would suggest seeing your doctor for more specific advice.

In brief: It depends

Rash is merely the skin's response to something irritating it.
It can range from subtle to life-threatening. As such, there is no one simple treatment option. If you have a rash that is bothersome to you, i would suggest seeing your doctor for more specific advice.
Dr. Mark Patterson
Dr. Mark Patterson
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Dr. Alvin Mathew
Internal Medicine
2 doctors agree

In brief: Find the cause

It's best if you can find out what caused the rash to be able to treat it effectively.
Over the counter Hydrocortisone cream can help, benadryl/antihistamines can help, allergra/claritin may help. If these don't work, go see your doctor for an evaluation and a stronger, prescription strength Hydrocortisone cream.

In brief: Find the cause

It's best if you can find out what caused the rash to be able to treat it effectively.
Over the counter Hydrocortisone cream can help, benadryl/antihistamines can help, allergra/claritin may help. If these don't work, go see your doctor for an evaluation and a stronger, prescription strength Hydrocortisone cream.
Dr. Alvin Mathew
Dr. Alvin Mathew
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