Rashes Treatment In Florida

Rashes are one of the most common skin conditions and may not pose any danger. However, sometimes, they can become severe and may need an examination by a dermatologist. You may ignore mild rashes, but you should instantly see a doctor if the rash is oozing, spreading, blistering, or worsening even after taking some over-the-counter medication. Even if there is no change in appearance, it can still be an issue.

Some common rashes include:

  • Shingles
  • Eczema
  • Herpes
  • Athlete’s foot
  • Contact Dermatitis
  • Folliculitis
  • Jock Itch
  • Lichen planus
  • Psoriasis
  • Heat Rash
  • Swimmer’s Itch

Treating Rashes

Most mild rashes go away on their own. Using over-the-counter anti-itching creams can help alleviate the symptoms so you can enjoy a peaceful sleep. A dermatologist may prescribe you topical or oral medications for persistent rashes, and the treatment can last for a few days to weeks. Staying away from the irritant can be in your best interest. Fortunately, our dermatologists can help you detect the infection causing substance. This will allow you to be cautious the next time you are around it.
In case you or your child are suffering from eczema, scabies, folliculitis, or other types of rashes, the skin specialists at Care Dermatology can help reduce your symptoms and manage any pain and discomfort. For us, each patient is special, and we offer a customized treatment plan to cater to each individual’s needs.

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Schedule An Appointment

Call Care Dermatology at (352) 218-3211 to book an appointment to help treat itchy and persistent rashes.