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Red rashes on legs, thighs, ankles, warm to touch, raised bumps. Due to drug usage?

hi, i have a slightly red rash on my legs from my thighs to my ankles on the back and front of the legs. It is tender to touch and warm/hot feeling when you touch it. It doesn t itch at the moment though but is slightly bumpy/raised. Could this be because of smoking ice over the weekend? It happened last time I took drugs aswell so i thought there may have been a connection. Should I be worried about this?
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Hi i think it is allergic is caused by allergry presents as bumps all over the lower legs which are hot to touch and non itchy.rule out other associated features like abdominal pain .vomiting .haematemesis to rule out any internal should be cured by vitamin c chewable tablet..a antibiotic twice daily and application of calamine lotion.use short course of steriods like wysolone 30 mg tapered to 10mg can cure it
Answered: Sun, 6 Oct 2013
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