My 2 year old has a raised red itchy rash on his inner thighs?

Few things... Could be irritated skin, contact with some sort of allergen, fungal infection, the beginning of a bacterial infection (less likely)... Lots of things! best to get it checked out by their doc. Good luck!

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Many possibilities. There are many things that could cause the skin to itch. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. Read more...

Itchy rash on inner thigh with red bumps. What would that possibly be?

Hard to tell. Without seeing the rash it is very difficult to know. It sounds like simple things but it should be seen in order to treat it properly. Read more...

21y Male Itching balls, then flat red rash on penis head, now few itchy bumps on balls (1cm each) itchy Rash on inner thighs Itch mostly @ night?

May be fungus/yeast. It is very difficult to diagnose any kind of rash in genital area without looking at it. My guess is that it is a fungus or yeast infection. Try any antifungal like Monistat-derm. Follow the directions of using it properly and if not better in a week, see a Dermatologist if you can or see a family doctor. Read more...

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Erythrasma. I assume you used actual antibiotics and not antifungals . You could have Erythrasma which is a bacterial infection that just like fungus affects areas of moist skin. The rash may have well defined borders and may become brownish. Topical and sometimes oral antibiotics are necessary. Keeping the area dry is the way to prevent this. Check that you are in good health for example no diabetes. Read more...

I have an itchy rash on stomach underarms and thighs small patches with raised target like bump?

See your doctor. Its unfair to you for us to try to guess what kind of rash you have over the internet. Your doctor will be able to see it and feel it and give you an accurate answer. Read more...
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Red, itchy rash on thigh-2 months. 2 different prescribed steroids failed. Now it's painful w/pustules. Thoughts?

Your rash . has now become infected and need to be treated with antibiotics topically and or orally . Please stop the steroid creams for now and go see your doctor for treatment before it gets worse. Read more...
Tinea cruris. its a good chance you have tinea cruris which is a fungal infection. Go to the pharmacy and buy an OTC clotrimazole cream and apply it twice daily for 4 weeks. If this works, I'm your hero! Good luck. Read more...
See a specialist. Painful pustules that are painful need to be taken seriously. There are several diseases that can present with pustules. Actually, any rash that stays in one place for more than 24 hours needs to be addressed. See a dermatologist first, the sooner the better. Read more...

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Derm eval. These lesions need to be visualized & a history needs to be obtained in order to make an accurate diagnosis. Sometimes lab testing or biopsy is necessary. Read more...