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Sunburn type rash that is spreading, is hot to touch, skin feels tight. Remedy?

Hi, I have recently been in a hot tub. (Yesterday) F/30yrs. I had some mild skin irritation yesterday, but today I have a sunburn type rash that is spreading. It covers my arms completley and some on legs, back and chest. It s hot to touch and my skin feels tight. I have the shivers ,and feel cold, but I think that s because my skin feels so hot. I ve taken antihistamine, and used Diprobase cream. No effect. I take warfarin , that s the only medication. Thank you.
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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I would be pleased to answer your posted query .

From your description of symptoms it looks like a Contact Dermatitis . However , I would also suggest that you should get it examined to rule out Gram negative folliculitis or cellulitis which is commonly acquired from the Hot Tubs .
You should book an appointment with the Dermatologist . Apart from the anti histamines that you have mentioned you might need to take an antibiotic and a better application lotion for your body .

Thanks and Take care .
Answered: Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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I would be pleased to answer your posted query
from ur description it seems to be a case of irritant contact dermatitis hw ever some other oppurtunistic infection s can occur like folliculitis and it can also be a allergic reaction precipitated by hot water bath homoeopathic mode of treatment can help u to get urself cured wothout any recurrence so seek the help of a doctor and get urself examined to know the exact cause and treatment alll the best!!!mean while get some investigations done like cbc and ige assay tskin swabculture so that u ont have to waste ur time in pursuing investigations
Answered: Sat, 16 Feb 2013
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