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Skin Rash

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • November 17, 2010
  • 04:46 AM

Every time I get hot I start to get a rash under my arms, around my waist, my legs, and the back of my knees. If I go somewhere to cool off the rash simply goes away, if I stay in the hot area the rash will continue for 10-30 minutes then dissipate. I get dizzy when this happens, however, doctors tested me for lyme disease, my vitamin levels, and this has been happening for a couple months. I cannot seem to figure out whats causing it, doctors just tested me for IBS as well, and that came back fine.

Can anyone give me some advice or help. Here is a link to a picture of my rash. Again I was hot and it started to happen on my arms.

http://img815.imageshack.us/img815/4618/cguaz0ydwr34bzadbifttib.jpg

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  • Bump to the top, anyone know what this might be?? Please.....
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • December 16, 2010
    • 08:22 AM
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  • Ive been to doctor after doctor, with no results, same old "eh just a rash." After 7-8 months of this rash, its not "just a rash" to me, its an annoyance, I cant run around my neighborhood anymore, or exercise like I used to because it itches so bad. Anyone have any ideas? Im losing hope.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • December 16, 2010
    • 08:28 AM
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  • Every time I get hot I start to get a rash under my arms, around my waist, my legs, and the back of my knees. If I go somewhere to cool off the rash simply goes away, if I stay in the hot area the rash will continue for 10-30 minutes then dissipate. I get dizzy when this happens, however, doctors tested me for lyme disease, my vitamin levels, and this has been happening for a couple months. I cannot seem to figure out whats causing it, doctors just tested me for IBS as well, and that came back fine.Can anyone give me some advice or help. Here is a link to a picture of my rash. Again I was hot and it started to happen on my arms.http://img815.imageshack.us/img815/4618/cguaz0ydwr34bzadbifttib.jpgIt may be eczema disease, but may be the patients don't get hot in this disorder. You can try natural home remedies!
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • December 30, 2010
    • 02:04 PM
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  • Every time I get hot I start to get a rash under my arms, around my waist, my legs, and the back of my knees. If I go somewhere to cool off the rash simply goes away, if I stay in the hot area the rash will continue for 10-30 minutes then dissipate. I get dizzy when this happens, however, doctors tested me for lyme disease, my vitamin levels, and this has been happening for a couple months. I cannot seem to figure out whats causing it, doctors just tested me for IBS as well, and that came back fine.Can anyone give me some advice or help. Here is a link to a picture of my rash. Again I was hot and it started to happen on my arms.http://img815.imageshack.us/img815/4618/cguaz0ydwr34bzadbifttib.jpgIt may be eczema skin disease. Consult a doctor
    Anonymous 42789 Replies
    • December 30, 2010
    • 02:12 PM
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  • You may get Skin Bumps Caused by Pimples or Acne..Identifying Acne Acne Vulgaris is the most common form of acne. This type of acne encompasses: Blackheads: These occur when a pore is only partially blocked, allowing some of the bacteria to slowly drain to the surface. The black color comes from the skin’s own pigment reacting with the oxygen in the air. Whiteheads: These result when a pore is completely blocked, trapping bacteria and causing a white appearance on the surface. Whiteheads tend not to last as long as blackheads. Papules: These inflamed, red, tender bumps have no head. Papules appear as inflamed, red, tender bumps that should not be popped as that will increase the chances of scarring. Pustules: A pustule is an inflamed red circular skin bump with a white or yellow center and is known as the standard zit. Be weary of how you pop the zit as it has the potential to cause scabbing or scarring. Nodules: Nodular acne appear as much larger than the garden variety zit and can be quite painful. Nodules are large, hard bumps under the skin’s surface. Scarring is common and it can take months to go through its cycle. Avoid squeezing these as it could stretch the recovery time and cause scarring. Cysts: Essentially this is a nodule-like skin bump that filled with pus. They can be painful and scar and have long recovery time – longer if you try to pop them. About Acne Acne is most often found in adolescents going through puberty, however adult acne and pimples are frequent amongst both men and women. Acne is a skin reaction that can cause irritating skin bumps but is not life threatening and is considered a nuisance and potentially embarrassing in some social situations. Curing Acne Dermatologists often have ways of lessening swelling and preventing scarring, such as administering a cortisone shot or by using a plethora of creams, cleansers and lotions. Overall the best cure for acne is regularly cleansing and finding the right facial soaps to keep your skin balancing by identifying whether you have oily, regular or dry skin.==>> for other types of itchy skin bumps, you may take a look to itchy skin bumps .com. This website is dedicated to the most common causes for itchy skin bumps, detailed medical descriptions and other important skin bump diagnosis information.
    kenny1703 11 Replies
    • January 4, 2011
    • 03:47 AM
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