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Itchy ankle rash - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Rash
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Practicing since : 2009
Answered : 595 Questions

User :   Hello?
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   I have a strange rash. I first noticed it on my ankle (very itchy) then on my two wrists and now on my ring finger
Doctor :   ok

Doctor :   i can help you but i need a few details
User :   It is the same color as my skin, and is veyr bumpy. Almost like goosebumps
Doctor :   ok
User :   I haven't used any new lotions and I don't have any food allergies.
Doctor :   did u remember eating somthing before ?
Doctor :   the rash
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   age?
User :   22
Doctor :   ok

Doctor :   are u sexually active?

User :   No
Doctor :   ok

Doctor :   since when do u have them

Doctor :   and how fast did they appear
Doctor :   as in were they gradual or acute

Doctor :   are u there?

User :   Yesterday morning I woke up and my ankle was very itchy and I realized my skin was very bumpy. Then I noticed the same bumpinees was on my wrists, but not itchy
User :   Later in the evening, I noticed it on my ring finger (not sure if it just spread there, or if I just happened to notice it later on)
Doctor :   any medication you are on?

Doctor :   any fever?

Doctor :   throat infection

Doctor :   it can be eczema
Doctor :   i can give u tips to counter
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