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Rash on the stomach and chest spreading to shoulder blades, no itchiness, night sweats, post nasal drip, intermittent heart burn. Remedy?

Hi, I have a rash on my stomach and chest for a few weeks now and recently noticed it is now on my shoulder blades. It does not always appear, aside from a few pimple like that remain on my chest but is then flared up by something. It is not itchy and I also have no fever from what I can tell but have had a few night sweats here and there, not bed soaking but leaving my skin moist to touch when I wake up. I also notice a slight post nasal drip too and slight heart burn that comes and goes. Thank you.
Asked On : Thu, 6 Dec 2012
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According to symptoms it is either urticaria or other symptoms presnt it can be urticarial vasculitis.use antihistamines.antibiotic.oral steriods and calamine lotion will cure it
Answered: Fri, 9 Aug 2013
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