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Red dots on legs. Benadryl (diphenhydramine) didn't work. Had it once before, went away and came back now its spread to my legs, and is bigger?

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Dr. Cynthia Archer
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The dermatologists I know always say if there is a rash, you have to see it to make a diagnosis. Since rashes are very common and non specific, you need a doctor to look at it, possibly feel it, examine the rest of you and take a history. Then, after you have a diagnosis, a treatment plan can be made. Best wishes!

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The dermatologists I know always say if there is a rash, you have to see it to make a diagnosis. Since rashes are very common and non specific, you need a doctor to look at it, possibly feel it, examine the rest of you and take a history. Then, after you have a diagnosis, a treatment plan can be made. Best wishes!
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