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Don't be rash! Part 2 (Teacher: Michael)

If you suspect that a rash is caused by a drug side-effect, or an allergy to a chemical product of some kind, then the best way to relieve any associated symptoms (the commonest itching), is to apply calamine lotion. You , however, always your doctor, particularly if the problem related to a prescribed medicine.

Differentiating between the various types of rash produced by infectious diseases is never easy - for doctors. Chickenpox is one of the easiest to recognise, since the spots watery blisters quite quickly.

A measles rash usually starts at the of the neck, and consists of small red spots grouped together to form blotches. These eventually appear over the whole of the body.

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