Tag: rash

Does the scar reason on Seal’s face indicate Lupus Rash?

December 23, 2014 | 0

The scars on singer Seal’s face are because of discoid lupus that only affects the skin. It also causes sores as can be seen on Seal’s face. Seal has been suffering from lupus since his childhood. The particular scars on his face that look like blisters indicate the severity of this condition. The scarring could […]

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Lamictal Rash

December 23, 2014 | 0

Lamictal or Lamotrigine is a drug used in treating epilepsy and bipolar disorder mainly in treating seizures. Also the U.S Food and Drug Administration has approved Lamictal for Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and prominently for disorders related to mental illness. Sometimes it is also prescribed for off-label uses, even depending upon the kind of pain even though […]

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Indian Fire Rash

August 29, 2014 | 0

Rash is a skin manifestation of both systemic and local medical conditions. Most skin rashes are due to either allergic or infective causes. The Indian fire rash, commonly known as impetigo,  is a communicable skin infection that mostly affects children and infants. It manifests as red ulcers on the face particularly on the nose and […]

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Chlorine Rash

August 29, 2014 | 0

The elevations that occur on the skin after an episode of contact with chlorine either in a swimming pool or from other sources is called chlorine rash. It is commonly known as swimming pool rash because many such incidences are witnessed after exposure to chlorinated water in swimming pools. This rash develops on your skin […]

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Sun Poisoning

December 13, 2013 | 0

The term ‘sun poisoning’ refers to an instance of serious sunburn. It does not in any way indicate actual poisoning of a human by sunlight. It usually points to a skin burn or inflammation of the skin by the UV rays of the sun. Symptoms of sun poisoning Humans can get affected by a sunburn […]

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HIV Rash

November 13, 2013 | 0

What is HIV Skin Rash? HIV virus causes dark and pigmented rashes all over the body within three weeks from infection. The rashes develop in the form of clusters of pimples or bumps, similar to eczema; or blisters, lesions and irregular patches or sores in mucous membranes of genitals, mouth and eyes. Sometimes the lesions […]

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