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

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

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

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

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