Their urine is too acidic. If you are giving your child apple juice or Orange Juice then water it down or don't give it to them for awhile. You can use Lanocane to help calm the soreness and redness down or, put 1 full cup of Epsom salts into tempid bath water and have your child sit in that for 20 minutes to 1/2 an hour. Epson Salts is a wonderful thing (doesn't sting) and is good for bad sunburns as well. You may have to ask the druggist where the Epson Salts are in the store. Keep it handy! It's also good for aching muscles and sore feet.
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If you are worried you should go and see a qualified medical practitioner (a doctor).
Chafes is when a persons thighs rub when they walk and it causes a burning rash espically when it's hot kalled chafe!!
Hydrocortizone cream is safe to put on a shingles rash. You can also get prescription Lidocane from you doctor to apply. Avoid Benadryl as it can cause the rash to worsen in some people. Also avoid Bagbalm as it causes a burning sensation.
If you have rosacea, the burning is from the rash. You can put an ice pack on it to help with the burning.
Poison ivy often causes red lines in the rash.
That can be anything from a heat rash, Eczema, dermatitis. The best thing to do is not to touch it and if it doesn't go away (or it gets worse) within a couple days, consult a physician.
Trichomoniasis is the STD spread by protozoa. It can cause burning with urination, discharge, and sometimes a rash. It causes a foul vaginal odor as well.
Scombroid causes flushing of the face, sweating, a burning feeling in the mouth or throat, vomiting, diarrhea, and headaches. A rash that looks like a sunburn may occur,
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Poison ivy has oils on its leaves. Contact with these oils causes a delayed rash reaction on most human skin.
Red bumps on a baby's bottom could be a diaper rash or even a heat rash.
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You can be allergic to something you ate.
A diaper rash is simply the skin becoming irritated from a diaper being wet or soiled. It can also be caused my sensitivities to foods the baby (or nursing mother) has eaten. You can prevent diaper rash by frequently changing diapers and allowing some time for the child to be naked so that their bottom has time to air out.
It is unlikely that teething causes any type of rash on the body. It may be a coincidence.
yes if it causes a rash take a hot bath with baking soda for 1 h