Skin rashes vitamin deficiency

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Also, until I read other people's symptoms, I hadn't realized that vitamin D deficiency was such an MS mimic. Even healthy people should probably track their vitamin levels just as they do their cholesterol levels.
My side effects from vitamin B12 injections (4 injections in 4 weeks) was a 4 month acne rash on my face, chest and belly, and i also had 3 days of extreme shortness of breath. Every once in a while i get a slight pain in the arm where i had the vitamin B12 injections years ago. My skin has never been the same since the acne incident and i have plenty of blackheads over my chest and belly that i never suffered with until those 4 injections.
My TSH levels were done it was in the lab normal range. My question is whether tiny raised skin rashes and swellings are side effects of b12 injections and bralix tabs. I have never taken these medications in life prior to this.
You would still need to consult your doctor about the associated symptoms you are having and to rule out any vitamin or mineral deficiency or bacterial or fungal infection or insect bite and whether you need a course of antibiotics or other medications. Let us know about how you are doing and post us about what your doctor advises. Regards.
Hello! Skin rashes or blisters can cause burning sensation in the skin. Skin conditions like scabies, rosacea, psoriasis and eczema, fungal infection all can cause itching, swelling and changes in the color and texture of the skin. If there is no skin problem then the other problems could be nerve problems, circulation problems, and diabetes etc.A high dose of vitamin niacin leads to the dilation of the small blood vessels found throughout the surface of your skin.
My question is, is there a connection between dermatitis and some kind of vitamin deficiency? When I was diagnosed they said it was from stress but I'm not overly stressed right now so I'm not sure why I'm still getting these. Any suggestions or help here would be great! Thanks! (By the way, I saw some vague references to vitamin D deficiencies and pregnancy on google, but I am definitely not pregnant.. although I am female. Don't know if this matters.
I have developed a sudden skin rash on feet and legs below the knees. It is a round white spot with a red dot in the center. It does not itch. I am taking coumadin and plavix. Is this a sign of bleeding under the skin? I have also started having red marks, some size of dots and some larger and brown "age spots" on my skin. Anyone have similar condition? I was told to stay away from vitamin K because this effects the coumadin and my pro time.
my skin stings constantly. no rashes of any sort....no festers. just stinging skin. it hurts to wear clothes ,to be touched, and yet no matter what I do I can not get relief.... Its driving me crazy. Its not in just one spot. all over even in my hair and never lets up. what can I do This discussion is related to <a href="/posts/Dermatology/stinging-burning-prickley-skin/show/763989">stinging burning prickley skin</a>.
As for the allergy aspect of your health picture, sometimes people who have allergies will be treated with B12, because for some reason it cures around 8 out of 10 people who have, say, asthmatic breathing problems or skin rashes. So, it follows that a lack of B12 in your system may be allowing some allergies to develop unchecked. As I said, there are many causes of B12 deficiency, but the treatment is the same, to get the shots.
Rash in scabies is usually found in the folds of skin and they are red blister like rashes. it can be due to allergic reaction, hives or insect bites. Take some antihistaminic like Benadryl or Claritin and apply some calamine lotion on the rash. If the symptoms persist then please get it examined from a dermatologist. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided.
Several small studies had found a high prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in specific populations of children, but no one had examined this issue nationwide," said study leader Dr. Michal L. Melamed of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University. The cause? Poor diet and lack of sunshine, the researchers conclude today in the online version of the journal Pediatrics.
says only about 25% with it don't experience itching (I tend to itch with even very minor rashes/insect bites/etc., and my previous yeast skin infections produced horrible itching). Thanks so much for the information - it has eased my mind somewhat. I'm going to give it a few days, just taking the antihistamine and using Aveeno or Eucerin lotions, as well as Aveeno body wash. If it gets worse or doesn't improve at all, I'll call the doctor by the middle of the week.
I think professionals need to take a more intensive course in psychology, they have no idea of the negative sometime fatal impact this type of misdiagnosis can have on an already sick person. Burning sensations for one have been associated with Vitamin E deficiency, which sometimes are cause by other supplements, for example, Omega 3 fatty acids. In conclusion, I think calling everything a symptoms of Anxiety, is a cop-out.
Parasthesias are common in alcoholics and metabolic disorders like diabetes, hypothyroidism, and hypoparathyroidismThey can also be due to peripheral vascular disease, vitamin B12 deficiency or malnutrition. Get your blood sugar and thyroid hormones levels evaluated. You can take some vit B12 for some days and see if the tingling is gone or not. In case the symptoms persist then please consult a neurologist as it can be due to some neurological disorder.
my level is 20 here are my symptoms btw allergies urticaria face rashes acne burning skin crawling skin sensation muscle pain , aching feeling intolerance to heat smell intolerance hypoglycemia bloating craving sweets and carbs dont sweat tongue sores itchy scalp irregular period cracking bones cant sleep right anxiety agitation carb craving
Parasthesias are common in alcoholics and metabolic disorders like diabetes, hypothyroidism, and hypoparathyroidismThey can also be due to peripheral vascular disease, vitamin B12 deficiency or malnutrition. Get your blood sugar and thyroid hormones levels evaluated. You can take some vit B12 for some days and see if the tingling is gone or not. In case the symptoms persist then consult a neurologist as it can be due to some neurological disorder.
The commonest causes for paresthesia are diabetes, hypothyroidism, peripheral vascular disease, vitamin B12 deficiency, neurological causes or malnutrition. Other possibilities which I can think of are dermatitis skin and fibromyalgia. But these are usually presenting with other symptoms as well. These include redness, swelling and a rash on skin and fibromyalgia is characterized by chronic widespread pain and allodynia (a heightened and painful response to pressure).
A little while ago, I realised that it was possibly connected to the food I was eating, as I noted rashes on my hand (not itchy, no hives, my skin would redden). I absolutely do not care about the rashes, but about the fact that I am SEVERELY fatigued, to the point that I am unable to do anything. My brain also feels fogged up, and I loose concentration. I also may get problems with falling or staying asleep.
My doctor ordered a blood test which showed vitamin B12 deficiency, severe Vitamin D deficiency, and a subclinical hypothyrodism. I was given some high dose vitamin D tablets and some B12 injections and felt much better. Few weeks later, I started feeling run down again, and eventually 2 months later I went for another blood test, testing my thyroid and vitamin B12 levels which returned normal results. No further investigations were carried out.
I still have the issues, but I've had them my whole life, so it's hard to determine if I would've had the problems anyway with or without the vitamin D deficiency or if I've even had vitamin D deficiency my whole life, which I may have when thinking about how sickly I was as a young person.
Hi For several months I have been getting this weird sensation that my skin is crawling. This happens just behind my right shoulder blade in exactly the same place every time. It generally happens for no reason that I can fathom. It is a sort of itching sensation and then a sensation that there is something crawling under my skin. When I rub it with my fingers it disappears for a while but inevitably it returns within a few minutes. There is no pain involved.
that's is most likely not skin cancer at all. it sounds like tinea versicolor possibly. google that term and look at the images. if that's what you have it is a fungal infection that is often times caught in tanning beds. that is absolutely not the only place people catch it, but common. and it is very very common on the chest and back. easily treatable. you'll need a prescription. skin cancer comes by way of scaly sores, weird bumps , lesions etc.
The treatment of hives consists of antiallergics and steroids. You may take Vitamin C along with the prescribed treatment. Vitamin C is a general anti-allergy supplement. It helps stabilize mast cells so they are less likely to release histamine. It is very difficult to precisely confirm a diagnosis without examination and investigations and the answer is based on the medical information provided. For exact diagnosis, you are requested to consult your doctor.
This was e-mailed to me through co-cure, an organization that keeps physicians, researchers and patients in on the latest research for (mostly) Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and fibromyalgia. For a link to this article on vitamin D deficiency and DYSREGULATION... check out: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19758177 Reversing Bacteria-induced Vitamin D Receptor Dysfunction Is Key to Autoimmune Disease: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.
The pain doesn't feel very deep either, it is just on the skin. Now I don't know if this is related to the strange skin sensitivity or not but about 4 days ago I started feeling this really weird sensation behind my left eye. It almost feels like I have to strain to move my eyeball to the left and when I do, I kind of have a dizzy feeling. I know this all sounds really weird but I feel like I have started to fall apart since the new year rang in!
I posted this info before, but it was a reply to someone else's similar post... I am a 23 year old healthy male. I recently had a full physical and the results were that I am in above average health. I have no diseases, do not use drugs, but drink on occasion. Anyways, just started noticing these strange symptoms, within the past few weeks. Nothing "brought it on" so to speak that I can tell of.
My extensive web research and my recent blood test result (lacking vitamin b12) for now has lead me to stoop towards vitamin B12 deficiency. Extreme like liver damage could also result in itchness, esp. at night. I m hoping vitamin b12 is the cause and taking its supplements will relief me from this seemingly minor complaint (to non sufferrers).
It may work by soothing the skin. Other possibility is of erythroderma.It is a generalized skin disorder characterized by reddening and scaling of the skin and produced by several skin diseases, such as psoriasis, contact dermatitis, drug reactions, and mycosis fungoides (a cutaneous lymphoma). I feel that an examination by a dermatologist will be the best.Other conditions like liver and kidney disorders,diabetes, iron deficiency anemia and thyroid disorders also have to be ruled out.
Three days ago I started feeling like whatever this was is now in my skin (I'm certain of it), It's under the skin on my face, my scalp, my back, my toes, and my feet. I can feel it crawling in and out of my anus at times also. Went to the dermatoligist today and of couse he says it's my imagination, some people get it. He's subscribed me some DEXEPIN for depression. :( Funny thing is I'm not depressed, my life was quite good until this bug showed up.
I've no other problem becoz of the rashes. Any idea if this is just kind of dry skin or due to pregnancy n delivery or really the Autoimmune Disorder? This discussion is related to <a href="/posts/Autoimmune-Disorders/red-spots-on-legs-and-thighs/show/1149763">red spots on legs and thighs</a>.
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