Red dry patches, round on chest and shoulders. Could this be ringworm ?
My son has suddenly started to have red dry patches which are round-in- shape on his chest and shoulders.There are only a few, however they are unusual to his normal body/skin area. We swim, wear sun screen, etc... Can anyone tell me if we should take him to a doctor for an evaluation? About 2...
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Dry skin with patches in winter
m 21 in summer my skin in fine but in winter it gets very dry even though i rarely use facewash...as soon as i wash my face its get dry and some red patches apper..winter creams also helps me..plz guide me do i need medication or what to do?thanking
Red spots on shins, dry patches of skin, reoccurring. Any ideas?
My toddler has had red spots mostly on his shins appearing they leave a mark where they've been and come up in similar areas , sometimes on his trunk too odd one round his wrist . Sometimes the ones on his legs get quite big like a bite or something, this as gone on for months on and off ....
My son suffering from red patches with dry skin.
my son is 6 months old. Past three months he was suffering with dry skin , his body has red patches. I have consulted doctor and they provided hytromol, but it got increased, so I got Diprobase. I am using this cream past three days for my son. But y
Ive just peeled a inchy patch of skin from near my pubic area off and its not red and burning, what mighht it be?
If you had no history of eczema, just ignore. If it is not troubling you with soreness, itching, discharge etc., then no need for any concern. Most probably it may be the dry crusty discharges. If yes, then you can contact me with details: Dr C. J. Varghese, Homoeopath, firstname.lastname@example.org, +91 9447019733.
Pregnant and have dry flaky red patches on my chin but then turn brown
It may be related to pregnancy....
I have round whitish patches with raiised edges on scalp causing hair loss, round patches on skin on body, afew places on whites of eyes and in mouth?what is it
I will advise you to consult a dermatologist for this , it can be a fungal infection . But one thing is that psoriasis needs to be considered .
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