Archive for January, 2010

Herpes Rash: Fever Blister Rashes

Herpes is a viral infection that is contagious. It is usually referred to as Herpes Simplex I or Herpes Simplex 2. While HSV 2 typically causes herpes outbreak symptoms in the genital area, , HSV I is best known for the cold sores on lip or fever blisters on the mouth.

Rashes on the Neck: Skin Irritations

If you notice any type of skin irritation that has spread around the neck then it may rash. The next step is finding out the cause for rashes on the neck. There could be a number of reasons for this such as diseases or skin problems

Day Care Rashes: My Child Has Red Bumps

If you’ve ever picked up your child from day care and noticed a rash on his arm, leg or back it can be a bit alarming., Many parents are nervous about their child will catch a cold, flu or bronchitis, but contagious rashes can be a real challenge especially if there is difficulty getting a correct diagnosis.

What Causes Itchy Scalp Problems

There are many causes of itchy scalp and by analyzing it properly the best solution can be found. If the cause is fungal for instance it would be treated differently than one due to hormonal imbalance.

How to Identify STD Rashes: A Hushed Topic

Of the many STDs that exist, a few, like Hepatitis C, leave no outward sign of infection. Others, like Chlamydia and Gonorrhea, show outward signs by the presence of unusually colored discharge from the genital areas and can cause internal abdominal pain. However, many other STDs can be seen outwardly on the skin [...]

Life Threatening Rashes on the Skin: Do I Have One

Most rashes are not life threatening but are irritating and itchy. However, there are some that are and it’s good to be aware of these skin conditions to take proper measures.

Teething Rash: Drooling Can Cause a Rash

Teething is an uncomfortable process for your child and can also result in many sleepless nights for you. On top of that, there’s an additional extra bonus which is dealing with a teething rash. Let’s look at both traditional ways to deal with this as well as natural approaches.