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Red dots on skin but not itchy? Could it still be allergic? Or some infection?

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Dr. Michael P Vaughn
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: Rash

Medical advice is difficult to provide for conditions such as rashes because visual inspection is so important to a physician's diagnosis.
The distribution of the rash on the body is also important information. The best advise i can give is consult a physician for a history and physical examination.

In brief: Rash

Medical advice is difficult to provide for conditions such as rashes because visual inspection is so important to a physician's diagnosis.
The distribution of the rash on the body is also important information. The best advise i can give is consult a physician for a history and physical examination.
Dr. Michael P Vaughn
Dr. Michael P Vaughn
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Dr. Martin Ostro
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Allergies itch

Skin eruptions, like the drug induced measles-like rash in the picture, due allergic reactions to foods, medicines, contactants (e.
g. Poison ivy) are basically always itchy so if there is no itch i recommend seeing a dermatologist not an allergist.

In brief: Allergies itch

Skin eruptions, like the drug induced measles-like rash in the picture, due allergic reactions to foods, medicines, contactants (e.
g. Poison ivy) are basically always itchy so if there is no itch i recommend seeing a dermatologist not an allergist.
Dr. Martin Ostro
Dr. Martin Ostro
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