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Having rashes on face, itchy, lots of small bumps, black marks on face. Reason?

yes thank you. Ihave a rash on my face that is very very itchy, And there are lots of small bumps, they are some bundled and my skin is drying and it is leaving black marks in my face. this is new. but my hands has a old rash and I don t know if that is sprading or if this is something else can you please help me it is itchingnso bad!
Asked On : Mon, 4 Mar 2013
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you have to find out cause of rash and if you leave such it will increase leading to severe form with involvement
it can be due to medicines taken for other disease
soaps clothes shampoo oils cooking oils ointments creams body appliction materials like dyes henna etc
it can be food or clothings you have to corelate and find cause to withdraw the allergen find out by corelating if possible and by tests if you do not come to conclusion
temporarily you can use antiallergics tab and local antiallergic ointments
on the effeted part
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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