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had a rash of red spots under both breasts now that have come and go since last August, they are red, itchy and sore, could this be a fungal rash?

Yes. The skin under your breasts are often (since its warm and often moist) where fungal infections "set uphouse' Over the counter LOTRIMIN (clotrimazole) cream may help and if not your GYN can treat with Prescription anti-fungal preparations. Hope this helps! Dr Z. Read more...

Itchy upper body, mainly on left side? The itching is inside of my body. There is no rash. The itching goes from my arm, under and around the breast, and all the way to my pelvis.

Some type Allergy. Perhaps you are developing a reaction to something on the skin. Did you change clothing washing soap, new perfume, other topical skin product? See a physician for exam, labs and start on your way to feeling better. Read more...

I have a rash on my breast, it is small red spots and is itchy. Also a couple larger red spots at the bottom of my breast. Should I be concerned?

Hard to tell. there are so many kinds of rashes and so many potential causes, it is impossible to guess on what you may have. If the rash does not go away from a few days of topical cortisone cream , see your doctor. the rash under the breasts may be from a fungal infection however especially if you have large breasts or are overweight. Read more...
Yes and no. are they painful any fever is it first time how many days some skin infection allergy to something you ate is skin dry any secretions from rash best to see skin specialist if it does not go away within a week you may try calamine lotion, neosporin cream (neomycin and polymyxin b) Read more...

I have a rash under the breast very red at times and itchy also under one arm pit and groin and vagina hair area. Gets itchy sometimes sore?

Itchy Rash. Hello, some rashes can be location specific, however there are always exceptions. The areas your rash is located can frequently be caused by yeast or fungal infections. People with skin folds, diabetes, or who are immunocompromised are prone to these type of rashes. See a dermatologist if otc anti fungal cream doesn't help. Keep these areas dry and cool, open to air as often as you can. Read more...