Last Updated: August 27, References Approved. This article was co-authored by Dale Prokupek, MD. Prokupek has over 25 years of medical experience and specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the liver, stomach, and colon, including chronic hepatitis C, colon cancer, hemorrhoids, anal condyloma, and digestive diseases related to chronic immune deficiency. There are 13 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page.
How to Tell Heat Rash on Your Baby’s Face from Other Skin Conditions
Rash Guide: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment Options
Various dermatologic conditions affecting the skin can cause itchiness and rashes, but only some are related to an allergy. There are many types of skin allergies and rashes that can cause itchiness and inflammation. However, not all rashes that itch are related to skin allergies. For example, insect bites and autoimmune conditions along with fungal, bacterial, and viral infections can all cause a rash to appear. While there may be other causes behind your rash, allergic reactions are still among the most common causes of skin rashes.
No one necessarily wants to discover any kind of rash, bump, redness, itching, or swelling around their vagina—but if you do, it's normal to feel concerned. There are a ton of reasons this can happen, and plenty you can do to find relief. The one thing you don't want to do is ignore the issue—and if you're here, you're already taking the first step to figure out what's going on.
Exercise-induced urticaria is a condition that produces hives and other allergic symptoms. The hives, or welts, are large, raised bumps on the skin. They can occur on any part of the body. They often are redder around the edge than in the middle.