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Dtr gets red itchy bumps on skin (esp. feet) in weather warmer than 50 deg F. It is not a fungus or infection, only feels better with cold bath. Why?

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Dr. Edward Workman
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In brief: Likely heat rash

Heat rashes are very common especially in moist places like the groin, arm pits, and feet.
They can take many forms and can itch or not. Usually triggered by hotter temps that you describe but there are substantial individual differences in the level of heat and moisture required for triggering. If it is a huge problem for you, see a Dermatologist for suggested treatment.

In brief: Likely heat rash

Heat rashes are very common especially in moist places like the groin, arm pits, and feet.
They can take many forms and can itch or not. Usually triggered by hotter temps that you describe but there are substantial individual differences in the level of heat and moisture required for triggering. If it is a huge problem for you, see a Dermatologist for suggested treatment.
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