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Rash on the lower chest, what does that mean ?

First time Drinking alcohol, and I got a rash on the Lower Chest just over my Diaphragm, what does that mean? it doesn t itch at all. I usually drink alcohol occasionally at a low Consumption, but my last drink I had a little too much, what should I do to get rid of the Rash?
Asked On : Sat, 4 Jun 2011
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
Hi,thanks for query.It is possible that alcohol may or may not be related.Please avoid at least for time being.Apply something like calamine lotion over the area of rash and take anti allergic pill for the same.It should subside within 24-48
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Orthopaedic Surgeon Dr. Aashish Raghu's  Response
The reddish rash is just probably due to vasodilation which occurs after taking a bout of alcohol to especially those who are sensitive. You may wait and the problem should resolve by itself. If it is itchy, painful or doesn't go on it's own, kindly contact the Dermatologist.
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