Rash: 290,950 reports
Rashes (Rash): Redness
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Rash treatments and how effective are they?
- Triamcinolone acetonide
- Doxycycline hyclate
- Diphenhydramine hydrochloride
- Chlorpheniramine maleate
- Hydroxyzine hydrochloride
- Clobetasol propionate
- Fexofenadine hydrochloride
- Minocycline hydrochloride
- Doxepin hydrochloride
Drugs that could cause Rash
Conditions that could cause Rash
Most common Rash symptoms
- Rashes - (1,682 reports)
- Drug ineffective - (592 reports)
- Itching - (440 reports)
- Diarrhea - (422 reports)
- Fever - (420 reports)
- Nausea - (361 reports)
- Fatigue - (343 reports)
- Breathing difficulty - (328 reports)
- Pain - (297 reports)
- Headache - (272 reports)
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Related publications that referenced our studies
- Mohammad MM, Syrigos KN, Saif MW, "Association between Rash and a Positive Drug Response Associated with Vinorelbine in a Patient with Primary Peritoneal Carcinoma", Case reports in dermatological medicine, 2013 Sep .
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- Does anyone had the rash confirmed as being caused by Afrezza?
- What treatment can I use in the home to treat a burning, extreme itch and small amount of Pain? I applied to both arms, my right cheek/ear. I had a resh before applying thinking it would alleviate the itching. I think I "burnt my skin with too much of Voltaren. Anyone who has an idea or...
- I have an under active thyroid and I have been taking a natural thyroid treatment called W.P. Thyroid which has Inulin from chicory root as an additive. I had been taking it for 15 months with out any problems but I increased the dose and then started with itchy blisters on my hands...
- I've been taking 20 mg Uloric for about 2 weeks. I've developed a skin rash in my arm pits and upper back. Can I continue taking it and hope the rash goes away or should I discontinue using it. There's very little itchiness and started putting hydrocortisone cream on it. I had a severe...
- Having skin rash from drinking ganga tea. Don't want to stop the use of ganga. What to use for the rash? How to avoid rash in the future from its use?
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