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Skin condition: Itchy red rash

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Hey i wanted to ask a question because iam so scared when i see these rashes on my body.

It all started out with an itch on my belly button on Sunday. Today is Thrusday and now my whole stomach area below my breast has this very itchy red rash. Inside my belly button is swollen and has blisters. Like little bubble filled with fuild.

And my left arm has the same itchy red rash.

So its only my left arm and my stomach area.


It will be great to have an answer and so i can sleep good at night.

I will be seeing a doctor soon too. Thank you.


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replied January 31st, 2007
Acne, Skin Disorders Answer A2226
It is difficult to diagnose a dermatological condition given only a description of the skin lesion (“itchy red rash with blisters in the stomach area and left arm”). You are probably experiencing a skin inflammation caused either by allergy or infection. You can visit your primary health provider or a dermatologist for a precise diagnosis and proper treatment.
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