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Sorry it posted before I finished. I meant heat rash.
Hello and hope you are doing well. The rash could be due to contact dermatitis, that is exposure to an irritant like a chemical or metal or anything you are allergic to like the belt, it can cause rash. It could also be due to scabies, impetigo or sometimes due to herpes zoster or chicken pox. But to exactly pinpoint the pathology you will need to consult your primary care physician who will examine you and may ask for blood tests. If the need arises he may refer you to a dermatologist.
i've put hydrocortisose cream and benadryl on it, but it won't go away. i thought it was a heat rash, but i'm not sure how long those take to go away. it's very uncomfortable. what can i do?
Hi, What you describe seems like sweat dermatitis or heat rash. You should try to keep the area dry and clean. Try some powder to absorb the sweat. If the symptoms are still persistent, consult your dermatologist and get a proper clinical evaluation done. Let us know if you have any doubts and keep us posted on how you are doing. Good luck.
DO NOT pick the bumps. You may be spreading the rash. Go to a doctor and have one of the bumps scraped and tested. It could be herpes that has shown up in that area. It could also be chiggers which is a bug that gets under your skin and produces bumps in that area. But whatever you do don't pop them.
I think it maybe to do with the heat as they on come up in the morning and fade away at night. Then they are back again the next day. They did show signs of going away on my arms and legs etc but now they have reappear. They do not itch a lot and are becoming quite annoying. Any ideas I can email photos over. The weather in the uk is suppose to get cooler this week so we shall see. If not I'll be going back to the doctor.
When I was about nine years old, I started noticing that whenever I would shower, swim, or go in a hot tub, I would break out in hives. I thought it might go away, and my doctor tested me for infections and parasites once upon a time, but it hasn't gone away and I have no idea what it is. I'm thinking that it might be some sort of heat rash type thing, but if this is the case, there's really nothing I can do about it, right??
I have heat rash under my left breast that just won't go away and is very painful. I saw a doctor today and he prescribed Lotrisone. Is this a proper treatment...?
When it is bad, he gives me steroids in a pill form that make it go away temporarily. From what I understand, you can't get rid of it permanantly. Mine only comes during the warm months of the year and goes away during the winter time. Hope this helped you some.
It looks like a very very faint rash, small pink spots. Almost like an ant bite. Like a normal heat rash? they aren't raised and they eventually go away. i think my skin might be dry as well. i thought it might have been from shaving so i avoided that for a week and it didn't change anything. My new job involves a lot of walking all day long. Could that be my problem? I am quite a paranoid person so i am beginning to worry. Does anyone else have this problem?
What I'm troubled with is WHY IT WON'T GO AWAY! My usual remedies include baby powder, but my mom got me this medicated powder but it hasn't done anything helpful. I also use Cortizone 10 bc I figured it would also help and I needed some form of lotion bc my skin does need to stay moisturized. It's this a bad combo and what are some suggestions to help me? One last thing, I work at a daycare in Missouri and we are required to take the kids outside.
There are no other symptoms when this rash appears, however it usually lasts longer than 5-10 minutes. The itching may go away, but the rash itself may persist for half an hour or more. Due to the fact that there are no other symptoms, I would probably rule out anaphylaxis, and also the rash is not severe enough to stop me from exercising - I usually keep going, although it can be quite irritating.
Also all these spots seem to be raised up slightly above the skin and the turn red around the edges when I get hot. I have been told heat rash before, but i thought it was localized to persistently sweaty areas and that it goes away anywhere from like 4-48 hours. Also with sun spots I always thought they went away after a good winter and you lose your tan and start again, besides sunspots definitely aren't supposed to itch, swell, and turn red.
Also - I had previously been tanning, which I learned was a bad idea. Can Tetracycline cause you to be more susceptible to getting heat rash? (and will it go away on it's own within anoter couple of weeks or so as the antibiotic is out of my system?) Or is this a more serious problem and I need to see a doctor?
Can the Heat Rash I’m experiencing be a Herpes Outbreak? My first heat rash was last year as I was training to walk a marathon. It started on my Quads, and then my biceps. The itching was terrible and I was able to see a dermatologist, who prescribed Clobex spray. I have since had a few outbreaks since, not as severe, and use the Clobex. This last week, I had a heat rash on my upper left arm while on vacation, which I sprayed.
(Sorry for the spelling)it was a little itchy They gave me prednisone and I took that for 6 days the rash got worse the doctor advised me that it may take awhile to go away but, I finally decided to go back to the doctor and that time they told me that I needed to see a dermatologist, and set me up with an appointment the next day (which scared me because in my area the wait to see someone is about 3 months).
Is there something worse happening here or is it just a heat thing? Is there anything to make it go away or something to eliviate the itching (I don't want to spend my Summers zombied out on Benadryl). Thanks!
I've had this problem for years.. My skin gets a heat rash whenever my body gets heated up. It started since I was a child and now I am 18 years old. It's now all over my body, although not usually on my face. I've never been able to get it cured. It hurts a lot and itches badly. It goes away in about an hour when I go back on a cool climate. I really don't know what to do.
If it is a heat rash anybody have any ideas how to make it go away, especially since south Carolina is reaching record highs this year already 109 degrees.
Also it seems to be going away because now there arent that many bumps anymore and I have been using baby powder since I kind of thought it could be heat rash I am still going to have my doctor look at it today and take a sample to see if it is herpes and have my blood test done as well but I did look up the dermatitis and that looked really similar to what it looked like not really severe as some were but pretty spot on. Though I cant make a call on it being that specifically.
Hello, I cannot confirm anything without examination but it can be contact dermatitis, allergic reaction, fungal infection, heat rash or scabies. Rash in scabies is usually found in the folds of skin and they are red blister like rashes.Yet they are very itchy and can disrupt life. Diagnosis of scabies is made by scraping the skin and viewing the material under a microscope to see the characteristic mite or eggs. I suggest you to consult a dermatologist and get it evaluated.
I'll feel as if someone has a tight hold around each leg below the knee in a firm constant squeeze, and immediately I'll feel the pressure of the blood rush to to my lower legs, and it's happened enough times now, I know if I'm quick to look down closely at my lower legs and feet as soon as I feel it start, I can actually watch all the little red dots come out all over. And they don't ever go away right away, like a rash might.
Sounds more like a heat rash. When you get chicken pox, they start as little red bumps, but quickly fill in with fluid and then pop, creating a scab. VERY itchy too, if you recall when you had them. You would probably know in the next day if it is chicken pox by the change in the spots. As for you, it shouldn't be a problem if you already had the chicken pox.
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