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Rashes

Most rashes are caused by irritation the skin caused by substances, allergies, cosmetics, latex and so on. It is normally a minor problem that will disappear but in some cases, medical care is needed. Some skin reddening, bumps and blistering could be symptoms of more serious conditions such as cellulitis, severe dermatitis and viral infections such as herpes zoster. Rashes can also be symptoms of fungal infections, bacterial infections and sexually transmitted infections. Less commonly, rashes are also symptoms of serious illnesses such as cancer, liver disease and kidney disease.

Other causes include:

• Acne
• Eczema
• Psoriasis
• Seborrhoeic dermatitis
• Dry, cold weather
• Hot weather “heat rash”
• Emotional stress

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