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Red rash outbreaks, appearing suddenly while doing physical activity. On ranitidine. Treatment?

I have red rash the can break out any were on my body when I do and hard work or work out activity the rash can break out and my doctor gave me cetirizine and ranitidine to take and 40 C: HC@%CR cream and told me to relax and have no physical activity. Not sure were it came from and it s been 3 weeks not sure what to expect but would love to get rid of it and get on to a normal life. When it started I was golfing with a friend and when I was looking for my ball in tall grass he told to get out incase I got itchy spit from the tall grass any coment would be appreciated. Thanks
Asked On : Thu, 19 Jul 2012
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Hi red rash appearing suddenly during physical activity can be due to excessive sweating iit can be milaria or tinea infection.usually tinea infection does not grow so rapidly it can only milaria.if is due to sweat gland can be cured by frutcee tablet daily once.atarax 25 mg tablet
At night time and application of calamine lotion can cure the condition
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