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Red itchy rash covering whole torso. Took brew beer, history of pityriasis. Any ideas ?

I woke last night feeling slightly itchy. Went back to sleep, Woke this morning to a full blown bright red itchy rash covering my whole torso, front, sides and back. Its not terribly itchy, more picky feeling. I ve had pityriasis in the past, doesn t look much like that. I look almost sunburned. The only thing different yesterday was watching my neighbour home brew beer, got to smell and touch some of the grains, and the mash that was left over. ??
Asked On : Wed, 5 Sep 2012
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YES THESEMAY BE FOOD RELATED AS THE FOOD YOU STATED CAN BE
ANY THING CAN REACT WITH BODY PROTEINS AT ANY TIME AT ANY GE TO GIVE REACTIONS
YOU MY TREAT IT BY TAKING ANTI ALLERGIC TABS LOCAL ANTI ALLERGIC OINTMENT IN AFFECTED PARTS
BUT SOME OTHER THINGS CAN ALSO START RECTING LIKE MED OIL SHAMPOO CREAMS SOAPS AND CLOTHES
GET BLOOD ERUM TESTS FOR SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES FOR ALLERGENS TO FIND THE CAUSE AND AVOID TO BE FREE FROM FURTHER RECURENCES
Answered: Wed, 18 Sep 2013
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