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

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Dr. J. Lawrence Dohan
Dermatology
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In brief: 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.

In brief: 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.
Dr. J. Lawrence Dohan
Dr. J. Lawrence Dohan
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In brief: Rash

...All dark, all itchy.....You should see your pcp, dermatologist, or podiatrist asap...

In brief: Rash

...All dark, all itchy.....You should see your pcp, dermatologist, or podiatrist asap...
Dr. Christopher Hendrix
Dr. Christopher Hendrix
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In brief: Concerning

Anytime you have dark skin discoloration, it could be very soon.
Please get it checked out by your podiatrist.

In brief: Concerning

Anytime you have dark skin discoloration, it could be very soon.
Please get it checked out by your podiatrist.
Dr. Matthew Wilkin
Dr. Matthew Wilkin
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Dr. Alvin Lin
Internal Medicine - Geriatrics

In brief: 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).

In brief: 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).
Dr. Alvin Lin
Dr. Alvin Lin
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