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Foot Rash

Foot rash occurs due to allergic reactions or infections. The conditions causing foot rash are athlete's foot, contact dermatitis, poison ivy, dyshidrotic eczema, hand, foot, and mouth disease. It is managed by applying hydrocortisone cream, cold compress over the rash, and skin protectants to try the rash.

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What is the non-itchy foot rash?

Query: Hello doctor, I have noticed some rash on my right feet. It is not itchy but very rough. I have been massaging for three months with ghee (clarified butter), olive oil, and coconut oil but it has not reduced a bit rather gone a little darker. I have very extremely dry feet.  Read Full »

Dr. Ashwini. V. Swamy

Answer: Hi, Welcome to Looking at the picture (attachment removed to protect patient identity). I can list a few possibilities. Asteatotic eczema, psoriasis, tinea pedis, allergic contact dermatitis. Is this picture taken after you have massaged with oil? Do you have it only on right foot? An...  Read Full »

I have had rashes on my feet that resist multiple treatments. What should I do?

Query: Hello doctor, I have had rashes on my feet for a few years. I have been consulting dermatologists many times, and nothing ever seems to help. Now I have spots on my hands too. It looks like so many different things. I have hyperhidrosis. I often get this rash on my feet because I cannot change my so...  Read Full »

Dr. Shanza Ikram

Answer: Hello, Welcome to I read your query and understand your concern. Well, you have eczema or dermatitis right now, and I do understand that, at some times, it becomes difficult to treat. Moreover, dry and cracked skin allows the different chemicals to get absorbed. Please keep your hand...  Read Full »

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