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Itchy rashes that appear only in the evenings - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   Hi
User :   Last 3 days I am noticing some kind of allergic in my skin
User :   And that too I am realsing itches during the evening times only
Doctor :   Ok
User :   Can I know the reason for that??
Doctor :   Is there any rash?
User :   Yes
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   How does that appear?
User :   I can notice some rashes and later it disappers
User :   Mainly I have itches
Doctor :   Ok
User :   During the morning hours I don't have any problems only during evening times
Doctor :   Ok
Doctor :   Where is the rash mainly present?
User :   Mainly on my bodies and behind
Doctor :   Ok
User :   What is cause for it??
Doctor :   I suggest that you keep the area dry
Doctor :   with Talcum powder
User :   Ok
User :   Do you suggest any medicines for it
Doctor :   Also try to apply xxxxxxx lotion
Doctor :   xxxxxxx lotion

Doctor :   If the problem persists after
Doctor :   a week?
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