A rash is a general term to describe any kind of inflammation or discoloration to the skin. There are many sorts of rashes, including hives, heat rash, athlete's foot, and contact dermatitis. Rashes are often caused by an infection that is fungal, parasitic, bacterial, or viral. Some rashes aren't contagious, but others can be easily spread when left untreated. If you've discovered a rash that is causing you discomfort, call Legacy Dermatology & Restoration Center in Frisco, TX to schedule a consultation with Jennifer Dharamsi, M.D. She and her team of providers can assess your condition and generate a treatment plan that can bring much-needed relief.
"I had a really great experience with this wonderful clinic. From the lady who took my call and scheduled me a same day appointment for a kind of emergency case ( I developed nasty rashes or chemical burn under my eye from using some skincare product), to me being late (because Waze sent me to the Legacy Dr in a completely different city) but still very kindly to take me in... but the best was yet to come, Kim was very friendly during the initial interview and Dr. Earnest’s simply incredible. She is very patient in listening to my concerns and very reassuring as well. I honestly was pretty vulnerable at that point and would have just said yes to any skin products or procedures she recommended to save my poor face but Dr. Earnest didn’t push any of those on me. Simple prescribed me medicated ointment that already started working after administrating it twice. Highly recommend Legacy Dermatology and Restoration Center!"- M. / Google / Dec 19, 2020
There isn't necessarily any sole cause of a rash since there can be multiple aspects. Ordinarily, a rash develops when someone comes into contact with something that causes an infection or allergic reaction. Things, like cleaning chemicals, certain soaps or lotions, animal dander, and pollen, can result in an allergic reaction that leads to the beginning of a rash. There are hundreds of different viruses and bacteria that could play a part as well. Those with hay fever, sensitive skin, allergies, and asthma are often more prone to acquire rashes.
There are several distinct types of rashes that exhibit varying symptoms. Frequent symptoms include redness or discoloration to the skin, blisters, inflammation, itching, burning, and stinging. These symptoms can be mild to severe and can cover a large or small area of the body. A rash can happen almost anywhere on the body where bacteria or infection has contaminated the skin.
Treatment will probably be different for everyone. During your initial consultation, Dr. Dharamsi will carefully analyze your skin to determine a diagnosis and treatment plan. She will take into consideration the certain sort of rash, location, and severity to design a customized treatment program. Often times, an antibacterial, antifungal, or antibiotic topical cream or gel will be used to ease and manage symptoms.
Seek Relief from rashes
A rash can cause redness, uncontrollable itching, and major discomfort. Don't put off your much-needed treatment any longer. Call Legacy Dermatology & Restoration Center in Frisco, TX to set up a consultation with our skilled medical team today. We can produce a custom treatment plan that could help soothe your symptoms and place you back on track to smoother, clearer skin.