Long lasting skin  rash?

I’ve had this rash since June. It looks like it has slowly spread. It’s not itchy or painful but it started out as one small patch

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2 Answers

  • 1 month ago

    A rash is defined as a widespread eruption of skin lesions. It is a very broad medical term. Rashes can vary in appearance greatly, and there are many potential causes. Because of the variety, there is also a wide range of treatments.

    Skin rashes caused by bacterial, viral, or fungal etiologies are common presenting complaints to primary care clinics, emergency departments, and dermatologists. Although many presenting symptoms overlap, discrete, identifiable factors for each disease can aid in diagnosis and treatment. For example, herpes zoster is a cutaneous and neurologic disorder caused by reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus (VZV).Immunodeficiency/immunosuppression, radiation, trauma, medications, stress, and other infections have been proposed as triggers. Erythema, regional lymphadenopathy, and the above-mentioned grouped herpetiform vesicles develop, with the cutaneous findings typically being unilateral and usually not crossing the midline.

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    Go to the doctor and get antibacterial antibiotic ointment

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