Please does anyone know about dark pink rashes, that appear on my chest, and last less than an hour. These rashes itch, and are are small and blotchy, and look like prickly heat. They appear daily, usually in the evenings, or when I take a bath. (During these episodes, I sometimes get a slight fever of 99 degrees). Then they disappear. What types of diseases could these rashes be associated with? Autoimmine disease? Should I see a specialist? Would a biopsy (even when the rash is not present,) reveal the cause? My PCP has never seen the rash, because it has never appeared on my chest during my appointments. I feel sick all the time with chronic fatigue, also.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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