• Description

    The rashes appear as raised, red patches on the skin, often accompanied by itching or discomfort. They may vary in size, shape, and distribution across the body.

  • Cause

    Rashes can be caused by a variety of factors, including allergic reactions to certain foods, medications, or substances in the environment. They may also result from viral or bacterial infections, such as chickenpox or streptococcal infections. Additionally, skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, or contact dermatitis can lead to the development of rashes.

  • Treatment

    Treatment for rashes depends on their underlying cause and severity. Over-the-counter antihistamines or corticosteroid creams can help relieve itching and inflammation in mild cases, while prescription medications may be necessary for more severe or persistent rashes. In some instances, identifying and avoiding triggers, such as certain foods or allergens, can also play a crucial role in managing and preventing rashes.