Rashes are a common dermatological issue that can affect people of all ages. They manifest as changes in the skin's color, texture, or appearance and can be caused by a wide range of factors.

Contact Dermatitis is offten caused by allergens or irritants, it appears as red, itchy, and sometimes blistered skin. Common locations include hands, face, and arms.

Eczema (atopic dermatitis) is chronic and itchy. Eczema typically occurs on the inner elbows, behind the knees, and on the face and neck.

Psoriasis presents as thick, red patches of skin with silvery scales. Common locations include elbows, knees, and scalp.

Hives (urticaria) appear as itchy, raised welts that can vary in size and shape. They can occur anywhere on the body.

Ringworm (Tinea) typically causes circular, scaly rashes that often occur on the body, feet (athlete's foot), or scalp (ringworm).

• Rashes can manifest as redness, itching, swelling, blisters, bumps, or scales.

• They may vary in size and shape, from small bumps to larger patches.

• Rashes can be mistaken for other skin conditions or allergies due to their diverse appearances.

Rashes can be caused by a number of things, including:

• Allergens (e.g., certain foods, plants, or latex)

• Irritants (e.g., chemicals, soaps, or excessive moisture)

• Infections (e.g., fungal, bacterial, or viral)

• Autoimmune conditions (e.g., lupus or psoriasis)

• Medications or vaccines

• Isect bites or stings

Dermatologists diagnose rashes through an examination, medical history, and, if necessary, skin tests (patch testing or skin biopsies). Telemedicine has made dermatological diagnosis more accessible where patients can consult dermatologists remotely using video calls or via photographs. Through telemedicine, patients can share clear photos of skin issues for assessment, and provide detailed information about symptoms, duration, and any relevant medical history. Dermatologists can conduct a visual examination and make a diagnosis.

Treatment depends on the underlying cause and may involve topical creams, oral medications, or lifestyle changes.

• Over-the-counter hydrocortisone creams can provide relief for mild rashes.

• Antibiotics may be prescribed for bacterial infections.

• Antifungal creams for fungal infections.

• Emollients or moisturizers to manage dry skin.

Apply cold compresses to reduce itching and inflammation. Avoid scratching to prevent infection. Keep the affected area clean and dry. Use fragrance-free, hypoallergenic skin products. Take short, lukewarm baths with mild soap.

1. Follow your dermatologist's treatment plan.

2. Keep the affected area moisturized if instructed to do so.

3. Identify and avoid triggers or allergens.

4. Practice good hygiene to prevent infection.

1. Wash your hands frequently, especially if the rash is due to an infection.

2. Avoid sharing personal items like towels or razors.

3. Ensure proper wound care if the rash has broken skin.

4. Use protective clothing or sunscreen to prevent heat-related rashes.

5. If applicable, manage underlying conditions (e.g., diabetes or allergies) to reduce the risk of rashes.

Each consultation is reviewed by a board-certified dermatologist and not all treatment will be the same due to the nature of your rash.

Common prescriptions we prescribe include are:

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Topical antibiotics (Mupirocin)

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Oral antibiotics (Cephalexin, Doxycycline)

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