Ok I am 23 I have red hair and fair skin. I have red blotches on my arm, it does not itch or burn. They are just there. From my wrist to my shoulder on my right arm. It is irritated more when I am hot or sweating, thats why I thought it was Tivea versicolor, but the pictures look nothing like my arm. My arm is just blotchy with red all around it. I have been to 4 dermatologists they have said it was, a rash, eczema, a yeast, psoriasis, ringworm, etc. You name it they have thought it. I have no idea what to do next. I have had this since I was 2, I did a little experiment and poured bleach on part of my arm, it looks exactly like the other blotches, is there a way for me to reverse this, if not do any dermatologists have any idea what I could possibly do? I would really like your help thank you!Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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