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Rashes on groin, limbs. Itchy, burning. Not allergy, STD. What could it be?

I have rashes that appear at random times on my underarms, groin , forearms (about an inch from wrist to an about a half-inch from elbow, location varies), hands, and feet. They tend to itch and burn, and eventually blister, peel, and fissure . I ve had several allergy and STD tests with no definite results for allergies, and all clear on any STDs.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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even after doing all the blood test we can not find the cause or diagnosis then biopsy is the best way to find it out
better to consult dermatologist and get biopsy done
it may be dermatitis or vascultitis .
apply good moisturizer over skin
never scratch the lesion and take antihiataminic tablet for itching
i hope i answered your question

Answered: Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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