Recurring rash can have various causes, ranging in severity from 'minor' to 'critical'. Finding the true cause means ruling out or confirming each possibility – in other words, diagnosis.
Diagnosis is usually a complex process due to the sheer number of possible causes and related symptoms. In order to diagnose recurring rash, we could:
|Low Carbohydrate Diet Consequences||26%||Unlikely|
|Silicone Disease||2%||Ruled out|
|Vitamin C Need||0%||Ruled out|
|Aspartame/Neotame Side-Effects||0%||Ruled out|
|West Nile Virus||0%||Ruled out|
Do you tend to get rashes?
Possible responses:→ It is not a problem for me / don't know
→ Generally not, but I do have a rash now
→ Occasional (several times a year) moderate rash
→ Frequent moderate rash / occasional severe
→ Frequent (several times a month) severe rash
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Skin rashes are reported by 74% of lupus sufferers.
Skin lesions and rashes – tender reddish bumps or patches on the skin – are common.
Scurvy has rash as one of its symptoms.
A rash is present in 20-50% of patients.