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It spread across my abdoman. Went to the doctor and was told it was a topical allergy rash and was given steriod pills, after one day I started itching all over my body and thought it was the pill so I stopped taking it. Went to a dermatologist the following week and he too said it was a topical rash and gave me a steriod shot, no change, it just got worse, it has now spread all over my stomach, upper torso and now is on my breast. It sounds like we all have the same thing, but, what is it?
She had an allergy to ketsup when she was 1-2 but has out grown it. She also had an allergy to cows milk and has had soy since she was adopted. Please help!
There are many scientific articles on the association of rash with hypothyroidism. Here is one of them. I suggest a Google search, even something simple like "rash and hypothyroidism". I've found pictures of 3 kinds of rash associated with hypothyroidism that I have myself. http://www.livestrong.
For a few years now, I've been getting a red blotchy chest/neck rash in circumstances where I - am drinking alcohol, anxious, nervous, excited, upset - really feeling just about any emotion. It's gotten to the point where I do not expose my chest/neck ever - and cover up whenever I can. I had read once that taking Niacinimide could help - and I've been taking about 1000mg of it for a few months, but am not seeing much improvement.
Hello, I was wondering what the diagnosis was for your son's facial rash? My daughter is also one year old and has the exact same rash on her face and sometimes on her nose and near her eyes. My pediatrician has perscribed two different creams that did not work and he now has referred us to the dermatologist. I saw your son's picture and it looks so much like what my daughter has. I just wanted to find out if you were able to get something that cleared up his rash.
I also have a citric acid allergy, which manifests as a bright red, pimply rash on my cheeks and around my mouth. It usually appears 1-2 hours after ingesting food containing citric acid or using products (lotion, shampoo, etc) containing it. Even liquid hand soap (good luck finding one that doesn't contain it).
When my legs itch it is usually my lower legs, but my upper legs will itch too. There is never any sign of a rash or any kind of irritation on my skin - it just itches like crazy. Sometimes it feels more like a "pins and needles" feeling, like when your hand or foot falls asleep. It almost feels like every little hair on my legs are poking me.
my 11 year old son had a virus on Thanksgiving 5 days later he started itching from head to toe no rash no hives nothing. we started him on benadryl and calamine lotiong, not relief so the Doctor gave him allegra and cortisone, no relief. Then the dermatologist gave him a shot of kenalog, and prescription cortisone. still no relief after two emergency room visits they gave him hydroxine and blood workups for kidney, liver, and thyroid came back normal.
if not, possible that swollen and red face and cranky ness to be due to an allergy. but that kind of allergy would happen faster then a few days, it would be something he came in contact with much more recently, like my son is allergic to cows milk and he brakes out in an exzema rash over his whole face and body and is cranky, but that will be with in 24 hours, like the next day or by. Good luck and Good bless! hope this helps!
The next day he had a rash on his face, not a major one but a rash later that nigth his face got hot and sore low and behold another episode. The next day he broke out in a rash on his chest. Now he can not do anything until his blood test and urine come back. Two weeks. He is allergic to shellfish and milk. No I have not changed in routine in the house...and he sticks pretty much to the same foods. I need some insite!
He has mild asthma (off and on flovent inhalers depending on the season) and mild milk allergy. He is so small, he is off the growth chart. I worry that these super potent steroids are affecting his growth. His fingernails are deformed from constantly exposing him to these creams. We have consulted 2 dermatologists, and no one can seem to help. Both are satisfied with the protopic, clobex regimen. What is there left to try. Are the steroids affecting his size?
Just wondering if anyone thinks that is the beginning stages of chickenpox or if it is a heat rash or milk allergy (she just started whole milk after drinking soy formula).
He says they itch very badly, and it is painful to grab stuff. He took pictures of the rash the night before and it looks like millions of mosquito bites in some areas. But the strange part is that it is moving DOWN his body. Yesterday, it was all over his body, but the worst on his palms, arms, chest, and abdomen. Today, he still has small whelps in spots on his arms and chest, but it has NOW moved down to his hips, thighs, knees, and tops of his feet.
I DOES NOT HAVE TO BE AN ALLERGY! My 8 month finished Amoxacillian 6 days ago and broke out in a rash last night. I took him to the doctor this morning and she told me that it is literally called "Amoxacillian Rash". It typically will start in the trunk of the body one week after medication is stopped and then spread out to the limbs. It does not itch and will subside in approximately 1 week.
Since his eyes weren't bloodshot or swollen, I let him recover from it on his own because antibiotics give him diarrhea and diaper rash, despite probiotics, and I don't even want to imagine holding him down for eye drops like three times a day. Over a period of four days, the goo subsided and by Saturday, it was gone. Only problem is, the eye goo seems to be replaced by a much wetter, aggravated cough and a fever.
If I could wean him now without feeling like I'd be compromising some minor health issues he has with milk (he has a skin allergy to cow milk that causes him to get a hot, red rash and hives wherever it touches him), and knowing I wouldn't have to pay about $30 a can for Nutrimigen, I probably would have weaned him sometime between 6-8 months old. It's just such an exhausting, demanding, and usually painful job.
I had to quit breastfeeding my newborn baby as there were STITCHES IN MY NIPPLES and they ripped out while I tried to pump milk for her. This rash was horrible, I scratched till I bled, woke up in fits of rage, and basically lost my mind. If the VS bras are the culprit I want to see heads roll. BFing my baby was extremely important to me and not only have I seriously suffered due to my unexplained rash from hell, but so has my newborn baby.
But everything I read about psoriasis says red itchy rashes that turns scaly, and I've never see anything (information or pictures) that shows psoriasis to start out as blister/mosquito-like bumps. I've also been getting smaller callus-like bumps/areas on the sides of my fingers, that don't itch. I moisturize them with aquaphor ointment and then they disappear. Not sure if they're related to the elbow bumps, but they don't look or feel the same.
(We stopped the Solodyn about a week ago when the rash first appeared.) The doctors aren't sure if that is what triggered this. The hives a week later have slowed up but we are now having severe joint pain. The joint pain also moves daily from one area of his body to the other. One day it is on the right side affecting his hands and feet mostly, then the next day it is on the other side. Sparadically it become so severe he can't walk on that foot or write with that hand.
My doctor too wont do an allergy test as he is convinced it's a sun allergy and apparently that cant be tested. Please let me know what your doctors say as this reaction is affecting my quality of life.
Contact dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin caused by direct contact with an irritating or allergy-causing substance (irritant or allergen). Reactions may vary in the same individual over time. Irritant dermatitis, the most common type of contact dermatitis, involves inflammation resulting from contact with acids, alkaline materials such as soaps and detergents, solvents, or other chemicals. The best teatment is to avoid contact.You can take oral anti-histamines to treat it.
This is not a "worry". It is actually a very miserable feeling! I find it very frustrating when people give responses as that! So, I just got another cheek flush, as I did the night before. All I had was bland chicken grilled, basmati rice, steamed kale and salad. I haven't had salad in several weeks and now both nights I did it is back. Could be the dressing (Annies organic tuscany italian- basically italian and balsamic together.
Of course if you search there are a multitude of other things it could be from things such as a food allergy (Gluten, etc) to Staph Infection (Staphylococcus Aureus) and these are to name but a few indeed.
Contact dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin caused by direct contact with an irritating or allergy-causing substance (irritant or allergen). Irritant dermatitis, the most common type of contact dermatitis, involves inflammation resulting from contact with acids, alkaline materials such as soaps and detergents, solvents, or other chemicals.
) Wake up with a cough and having trouble breathing ER gives another antihistamine shot, Albuteraol inhaler for cough and observes the large red blotches covering my entire body and now my forehead and the back of my head have small lumps followed by b.) visit to family doctor and referal to an allergy physician who says it's not an allergy but rather an "episode" where only around 2 out of 1,000 root causes are found; c.
Google "dermatitis herpetiformis" and look for pictures? Does your rash look like this? If so, get a biopsy of the skin next to the outbreak. A diagnosis for DH=a diagnosis for celiac. Also, some doctors recognize that a positive gene test for celiac plus symptoms plus a positive response to the gluten-free diet in the resolution of symptoms equals a positive diagnosis for celiac disease.
So I went to my Doctor yesterday afternoon and he confrimed I had a lip allergy. A lip allergy from using a medicated chap stick supposed to get rid of cold sores!! It was called Armstrongs chap stick. Maybe I'm allergic to an ingredient in it. Nevertheless I won't be using that again. Anyway, my Doctor prescribed me a really good allergy cream called Fluocinonide 0.05% (texture of cake frosting) to be applied liberally throughout the day.
And I had an allergy test (machine tested me on 3000 products). I was told that I was allergic to lanolin (sheep wool fat),dust, basil and squid. I was also told that my boots sensitive mascara did not agree with me. I am not aware of ever having used lanolin. I stopped wearing eye make up and only used vaseline around the eyes. Approx. 2 months later it suddenly vanished, not sure how? I had put up with the problem for 11 months, gradually becoming worse.
We constantly worry about everything from the diaper rash cream you use, to how we lay them down, to vaccinations, to SIDS, to bottles with bpa. It's exhausting. They always come out with something new to make us worry even more. You want to enjoy life with your child but worrying about every little thing takes the fun out of being a parent. I can only imagine when they are teenagers and they leave the house to go to a party or just to the store.
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