White and scaly skin, applying fluocinonide, itchy. Cure?
Hello-My husband has a white,scaly area of skin that has a tattoo (tattoo is from 10 years ago)-- he wa treating it with a presribed cream ( Fluocinonide ) which ha snot helped over aperiod of several months; the rash has been going on for about a year and itches him terrible but does not...
Have red dots. Itchy and scaly patches. Is it an allergy?
I am having a problem with my skin. For a few years now I have very itchy skin on my legs that itch so bad I bruise my legs. Next now I noticed that the elbow (right side) has been getting very painful when straightening out my arm or lifting anything heavy and that has been going on for 2...
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Red scaly patches on body,itchy,parapsoriasis.
hi, Ive been getting a lot of red patches spread over my body, some are scaly some aren t, some itch and some do not, they just seem to come and go when they please, iv been to my doctor who is sending me to a skin care specialist but this good be anything up too 4 weeks, iv done some research...
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.
Hi I read your query very carefully and it seems like a gnital infection, most probably sexually trasmited. consult your obstetrician.
How do i know if i have ringworm or dermatitis?
Ringworm is a red ring of small blisters or a red ring of scaly skin that grows outward as the infection spreads. Dermatitis is skin inflammation. Ringworm responds to anti-fungals. Dermatitis responds to medicines specific for the cause.
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