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Itch by sawling Medical Doctor Posted Wed 07 Jan 2009 6:04pm 5 Comments I hate itch. The moment you start scratching, the itch gets worse. Recently, I have developed a funny rash. The skin around my neck began to feel really itchy initially. I began scratching away, thinking that it is caused by my hair poking around my neck. However, the next day, my body began to itch. This time, I put it down to dry skin, sin ... Read on »
The Lupus Butterfly Rash or Malar Rash: Information You Need to Know. by Molly Patient Expert Posted Wed 14 Nov 2012 1:58pm Derived from the Latin word ‘mala’ which means cheekbone, the Malar or Butterfly rash is a kind of skin condition typically characterized by the appearance of rashes across the cheekbones and over the bridge of the nose.  These rashes are usually red or purple in color in either a blotchy pattern or completely red over the affected area, a ... Read on »
Rashes and allergies by ANNGREGORY74 Patient Expert Posted Mon 18 May 2009 11:28pm The rash on my face is getting smaller, but is still easily noticed. I applied a little cortisone cream to it and that seems to be keeping the itching under control. As for the rest of me, I don't think there's enough cortisone in the house to cover all of the itchy areas. I'm not displaying a rash on the rest of my body and the itchy spots come ... Read on »
Be Patient and Let Wellness Work by Carolyn C. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Sat 02 Jun 2012 10:55pm I’ve been thinking a lot about patience lately. It’s one of those valuable commodities most of us could use more of. When it comes to improving their wellness, many people are looking for a quick fix – whether it be for pain reduction, healing injuries, weight loss, or increasing energy levels. Sometimes when we make changes in our health habit ... Read on »
Skin Rash Home Remedies by My Healthy Foods Posted Sun 07 Mar 2010 12:41pm Rashes that present on the body can be a very frightening condition. Body rashes are simply inflammations of the skin. Body rashes can have many symptoms, but common symptoms include reddening of the skin, inflammation, drying of the area, itchiness, bumps, or burning sensations. Ra ... Read on »
Lamotrigine and Rashes: Not a great combination by Experimental Chimp .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 25 Jun 2008 1:04am 1 Comment Bugger. I’ve been taking lamotrigine for a while now. I’ve slowly titrated up and three days ago I reached my target dose of 200mg. I’ve been feeling pretty good, which is something I’m willing to attribute to the drug. I don’t really feel hypomanic, just on the high side of normal. Things are going well, the depression is cured (at least ... Read on »
Don't Be Rash (PSA) by Katie Patient Expert Posted Thu 31 Mar 2011 1:07am I know I haven't been blogging much lately. There's actually a reason for it, in addition to the general busy-ness of life with two under three. It all started with an oval patch under my bra line on my left side. I first noticed it in January. It didn't itch, burn, or really feel like anything. It was just there, about two inches long and a half ... Read on »
Itchy by Jim Allen Posted Fri 21 Aug 2009 12:33pm Well...tonight the itchy skin kicked in. I've been just putting up with it because it was minor; but, tonight I had to use the halobetasol propionate cream prescribed by Dr Forkin a few weeks when I had sores on my fingertips. I'm not sure what that chemical is; but, I hope it relieves the itching. Most of the rash is on my upper chest. But... ... Read on »
Itching to Fix Eczema? Tips on How Sufferers Can Ditch the Itch by Susan H. Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sat 02 Oct 2010 3:05am Guest Post by Geoff Graham of Grahams Natural Alternatives www.itchy.net.au Eczema is an inflammatory skin condition with symptoms that include dry, itching and reddened skin patches. There is no cure, but the condition can be managed. Traditional treatment options include emollients (moisturisers), topical steroids (medicated creams) and o ... Read on »
Rashes by Andrea Fabry Patient Expert Posted Mon 06 Dec 2010 10:00am Rashes are a daily part of our lives now. We've grown accustomed to them. They began when we were in our home and have stayed with us. In fact, they've escalated since leaving our toxic home. This makes sense since the skin offers an easy exit for toxins. Here's an example of one that emerged for one of the kids soon after we began our detox p ... Read on »