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I have a rash and the itch won't go away. I tried hydrocortosone and it's still

  1. schoolgirlforreal profile image83
    schoolgirlforrealposted 7 years ago

    I have a rash and the itch won't go away. I tried hydrocortosone and it's still itchy

  2. msorensson profile image73
    msorenssonposted 7 years ago

    If it is in the forbidden areas...you need to go see a doctor immediately.

  3. schoolgirlforreal profile image83
    schoolgirlforrealposted 7 years ago

    no, it's on my stomach. It's actually from a medication. I'll just hang in there for now.

  4. lilibees profile image61
    lilibeesposted 7 years ago

    Benadyrl, have you tried that, it works on most inside out induced rashes!

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    Butch Newsposted 7 years ago

    You should never mix hydrocortosone with other medications unless advised by a doctor as it may cause more problems.


    A rash can be caused by so many different things that consulting a doctor is always the best first step.

    Even soap/detergent can cause a rash on some people.  And sometimes it's not a rash it's from scratching something else such as a bite from a parasite or insect.

    The fact that it doesn't go away seems good reason to consult a nurse or doctor.

  6. MoneyCreator24 profile image56
    MoneyCreator24posted 7 years ago

    Rash is a sign of detoxification. You should drink plenty of clear water. And what is also very good help is XanGo juice. I can only encourage you to drink two sips of it daily for at least 3 months. I'll like to help you get it.

  7. ajuvr profile image67
    ajuvrposted 7 years ago

    try tretinoin+salicylicacid+miconazole topically and griseofulvin intake under physician's guidance

  8. binnys18303 profile image36
    binnys18303posted 7 years ago

    Well, if you have itching while sleeping and you are suffering from sleepless nights due to itching, try applying some alcohol on the area before going to bed. It is not a permanent cure but can give a great relief.

  9. joleenruffin profile image57
    joleenruffinposted 7 years ago

    Check with an advice nurse or your doctor but benadryl is always a good option.

  10. FabLiz86 profile image69
    FabLiz86posted 7 years ago

    Definitely go to the doctor to see what the cause is. 

    For temporary relief try Burow's solution or Domeboro (which is the same thing when mixed with water).

  11. Naomi Jayne profile image60
    Naomi Jayneposted 7 years ago

    Hello
    I'd suggest a naturopath to "peel the skins of the onion back" and not add to it with a bandaid effect adding more layers to, the onion being you and the layers are the sickness/illness/
    Adding more creams, lotions, potions are not going to help as you say its from a certain medication, I would seek out a naturpath to help you heal your physical and mental at the same time maybe with some homoeopathic/vibrational medicine , it heals so subtly that it is fantastic way to cure an illness.
    Best wishes!
    Naomi Jayne

  12. Peter Allison profile image76
    Peter Allisonposted 7 years ago

    Go see an allergist. It's probably something that can be treated with an anitihistimene (sp), eucerine and possibly a topical oitment/ cream like betamethasone.

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    saasservicesposted 7 years ago

    try putting clop-e cream, but show it to a doctor before or try to put this cream on a small spot and see, my friend applied that cream which just killed his skin problems 25 years long. you will be amazed to hear that.

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    fashionjewelry10posted 7 years ago

    I lived with eczema for years before it was diagnose by my doctor during a prenatal check up. He recommend luke warm baths, ( Hot water and showers dry your skin), no soap bars at all, use a fragrance free moisture rich body wash, Lubriderm for extra dry skin mixed with a little petroleum after every bath, no scratching but if necessary use ice to scratch. Also laundry detergent with out fragrances. , possible food and pet allergens .

  15. William Devault profile image56
    William Devaultposted 7 years ago

    Put a small amount of oat meal on it for like a half an hour or an hour once a day. It calms the skin and will help draw toxins out...unless your allergic to it...then try some mud.

  16. hubba-hubba profile image61
    hubba-hubbaposted 7 years ago

    While internet diagnoses can be helpful in some situations, often times it is best to see a medical doctor. If the problem persists seek the advice of a dermatologist.

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    jeremiah2349posted 7 years ago

    all you have to do is go to your doctor and see what he/she say.

  18. camlo profile image90
    camloposted 7 years ago

    You ought to speak to your physician very, very soon, Schoolgirl. It could be an allergy to a medication, since you mention you're using one. You don't want the rash to get worse.

  19. Wayne Brown profile image84
    Wayne Brownposted 7 years ago

    Try "Cornhusker's Lotion". It's a really great product and it hydrates the skin quickly.  It works for me when most things will not.  Just keep applying it for a couple of days and you should see some relieve. WB

  20. shahadat73 profile image33
    shahadat73posted 7 years ago

    It's been 2 days now. I believe your rash has gone away. However, you know? don't take any chance here in any medical issues, just run to a doctor.

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    reeltaulkposted 7 years ago

    Sounds like an internal issues, maybe you need to wash it out so that it won't continuously come to the surface of your skin

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