My toddler has an itchy rash on her feet. What should I do?

Foot Rash. Rashes on the feet may be caused by a host of medical conditions. Dermatitis can affect the feet , fungal infection , varicella, allergic reactions, etc. The toddler should be examined by a podiatrist or dermatologist.
See below. Try a combination cortisone cream and antifungal. If does not clear up in 7-10 days take to doctor for evaluation.
See pediatrician. Podiatrist or dermatologist for appropriate diagnosis and treatment. Rash can be fungal or inflammatory and choice between antifungal meds vs possible steroid cream needs to be made.

Related Questions

What is a white itchy rash on my feet?

See podiatry. White itchy rash on the feet is too broad of a symptom, to begin answering your question. A photo would be quite helpful. A biopsy would be definitive. Nonetheless, it should be checked. Read more...
See a Derm. Another possibility is to see a dermatologist. Visual inspection may be helpful to make a clinical diagnosis and review possible treatment options. Read more...
See your M.D. It is hard to tell without seeing the rash. It could a fungal infection. Your primary may be able to treat or refer you to appropriate specialty. Read more...
Athlete's foot? The commonest diagnosis is that of athletes foot. See your pcp and if he or she gives you the same diagnosis then you can treat with an antifungal like lotrimin (clotrimazole). Read more...

What can I do for an itchy rash on my foot?

Hydrocortisone cream. You can try this first. If worsens or feels to resolve, see Podiatrist or Dermatologist. Read more...
Depends on cause. This rash would need to be examined, a history obtained & other tests may be necessary in order to diagnose it. Usually the lesions needs to be identified to determine the solution. Read more...

I have a dark itchy rash on the top of my foot. What should ido?

Go see your doctor. Infection? Allergic reaction? Bug bit? Can't diagnose, much less recommend therapeutic options based upon your description. Go see your family doc or dermatologist who can examine you, make diagnosis & offer you appropriate treatment (if indicated). Read more...
1 foot or both? If 1 foot it is chronic nummular dermatitis which will improve with a prescription steroid cream. It is not contagious and the cream is safe. First the itch will stop, then the color will slowly (months) fade. Read more...

My son has an itchy rash on the heel of his foot. What is it?

Many possibilities. There are many types and causes of skin rashes. 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...
Athletes foot. Hard to say for sure without a picture or more complete history but most common cause of an itchy rash in a young man is athletes foot which is a fungal infection of the skin. Try an over the counter spray and make sure to disinfect the shoes and bath and always keep the feet dry. If that fails follow up with his doctor or a podiatrist or dermatologist. Read more...

About twice a month I get a very itchy rash on the inside of my foot. What could this be?

Fungus or allergy. The two most common reason would be a fungus or an allergy. Luckily, there is a product that would treat both. Ask your doctor for a trial of lotrisone (clotrimazole and betamethasone)...Using this periodically may solve the problem! Read more...