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Suggest treatment for red and bumpy rashes on the genitals

Hello My boyfriend has a rash which is bumpy and red which started in his gential areas but is now spreading throughout his shoulders and neck. He does not have any STDS so this is out of the question but now my breast has the same mark with red and itchy skin
Mon, 3 Jun 2019
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Hi,

As per your query, you have symptoms of red and bumpy rashes on the genitals and now spreading all over which seems to be due to contact dermatitis, allergic reaction due to detergent, chemical, a metal such as in jewellery.

Need not to worry. I would suggest you protect the rashes from direct sunlight. You should consult a dermatologist for proper examination. The doctor may prescribe an antihistamine, corticosteroid ointment and immunosuppressants along with anti-inflammatory medications. Avoid touching or pricking rashes. For now, take benadryl. You should apply cold compresses and avoid any cosmetic product.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Harry Maheshwari, Dentist
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Suggest treatment for red and bumpy rashes on the genitals

Hi, As per your query, you have symptoms of red and bumpy rashes on the genitals and now spreading all over which seems to be due to contact dermatitis, allergic reaction due to detergent, chemical, a metal such as in jewellery. Need not to worry. I would suggest you protect the rashes from direct sunlight. You should consult a dermatologist for proper examination. The doctor may prescribe an antihistamine, corticosteroid ointment and immunosuppressants along with anti-inflammatory medications. Avoid touching or pricking rashes. For now, take benadryl. You should apply cold compresses and avoid any cosmetic product. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Harry Maheshwari, Dentist