Red stains in arms and itching?

Skin patch on arm. This may be a form of psoriasis or eczema. Look at some pictures online to compare and schedule a consultation with dermatotolgist for evaluation.

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My friend broke out w red all over face, arms, bottom feet, back, face and it itches and came on sudden. Do. u think he has an allergic reaction. Tx?

Sounds like it. If it came on very suddenly, then yes, allergic reaction is likely. If the friend has any swelling of the mouth, tongue, throat or any difficulty breathing, take him to the ER. Read more...
Can't tell. Not all itching is caused by allergies. In fact, dry skin is by far the most common. An itchy skin rash can be caused by a medication reaction , a viral infection...etc. If the problem lasts for more than a few weeks or is getting worse, consider consulting a dermatologist or allergist. Read more...

My daughter has been suffering with a thick rash under her ares and it itches very bad. Yesterday she appeared with red bumps under her arms and chest?

See your doctor. It is difficult to diagnose rashes without seeing them. Since it s thick and now spreading, she would be helped with a visit. Cannot tell if it is a contact irritation or a food sensitivity or eczema or other allergic type rash without seeing it. Read more...

My six year old son has a rash on his arms stomache and legs. It is red and itches the spots run together with very litt space in between what is it?

Many possibilities. Pediatric rashes can be from many possible causes, including viral infections, bacterial infections, allergic reactions, and many others. Unfortunately, dermatology is a specialty that relies heavily on actually seeing and feeling the rash. Thus, providing you with a diagnosis based on a written description is impossible. Best to see your pediatrician or dermatologist to provide you a diagnosis. Read more...
Rash. From your descriptions it seems like either a contact or allergic dermatitis.But you can not diagnose rashes without looking at it.Since the rash is rather extensive you need to take him to his pediatrician or family doctor or dematologist. Read more...