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Red rashes on chin, temporarily relieves with calamine. Takes healthy diet, protein shakes. Relief measure? son goes to the gym everyday...he is 20 years old...he developed some red rashes on the chin it because of the protein shake that he takes or the eggs ..he tAkes two eggs a day...he only eats chicken everyday with fruits of to avoid the red rashes..he has a very good complexion actually..except for the red rashes...if u puts cold compress is also help...we tried calosoft wch is calamine, aloe era gel n light liquid paraffin..he helps but if he stops he appears again..pls advise...thank you...sooooo..muchhhhhhhhh..
Asked On : Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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hi there,
First question i would have asked from you would be is there a rash anywhere else on the body?
iF NOT then i would suggest that its a simple case of Contact Allergic Eczema.
I think he needs to apply 1% Hydrocortisone ointment once a day for ten days
2:Tablet Loratidine 10 mg for 10 days in the morning.
3: Observe the rash ,if the above medications dont help in 3-5 days then you need to see your GP or dermatologist ofcourse.
i think i can not help more than that with such a brief history so please bear with that,thankyou and all the best.
Answered: Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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