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Red spots on chest causing itching - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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Practicing since : 2009
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you?
User :   hi i have a skin problem
User :   can u help me
Doctor :   yes
User :   my chest starts itching in the evening or when I sweat..
User :   there are red spots on my chest...
User :   i am 26 male
Doctor :   Ok that could probably be miliaria rash
Doctor :   Try to dry the sweat areas as fast as possible
User :   whats the cure?
Doctor :   use hanky to rub the areas
Doctor :   during your office hours also
User :   i am a software eng..
Doctor :   Use talcum powder to reduce the itch
User :   i dont sweat during office as I sit in AC
User :   then also it itches in the evening
Doctor :   That is what I mean to say to use talcum
User :   this chat window dont scroll? i cant see my messages i typed and your messages too
Doctor :   It scrolls
Doctor :   you can click on the chat history and export the chat history to your email ID
Doctor :   Chat history button is on the right side corner of the page
Doctor :   Hello there
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