hi, Ive been getting a lot of red patches spread over my body, some are scaly some aren t, some ... is sending me to a skin care specialist but this good be anything up too 4 weeks, iv done some research ...
I have an area of of dry, scaly, flaky skin on BOTH breasts mostly below the nipple area and am ...... there are no lesions or anything like that and no crusting as in psoriasis , just persistent dry flaky scalyskin ...
A couple of months ago two itchyscaly spots appeared on the side of my torso. Since then they have progressed onto to brown marks which are slightly pimply they are both extremely itchy. Earlier on in my life ...
itchy bumps around bra line inner thighs and over the hip area. thought it was due to tight clothing until they started to show up near armpit. skin gets scaly
It seems you have a fungal infection. Just try uploading some pictures with your question on health care magic.
Dr. Srikanth Reddy
can you help me with my skin problem? I don't have any allergies and have had this problem for a few years now and its spreading. Its itchy and flakes when scra
Thank you for posting in hmc,
i would like you to complete your query.Where exactly do you have itchyskin, trunk, back,hands,all over the body? is it red ? Psoriasis is a condition that has scaly, reddened patches that are itchy. it is an autoimmune condition. it could also be Seborrheic dermatitis(in areas with oil secreting glands). consult your dermatologist to identify the condition and get
Have approx 2cm, irregular skin spots for over a year. Not itchy, look a tad dry and dark but feel normal. Mostly chest and back. Increased to 11 over period.
If the lesions are scaly they could be due to dryness.Such lesions can be seen due to allergic dermatitis.Do identify the allergen causing it and avoiding such items can prevent new lesions.Apply calamine lotion for the existing lesions.
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