Steroid skin rash

The rash is the same all the time, it randomly itches, especially at night, after I get out of a hot shower, it itches in the shower when the hot water hits my legs & body, little areas on my back itch, & bumps appear. I’ve had bed bugs before, not anymore (I’m sure of it) & these new bites resemble the bed bug bites I used to get; when I feel an itch, I scratch it & a bump would rise & the area would turn red. These new bites/ rash is a bit different though- like you said if I sleep in a different place I can tell for sure- when me & my boyfriend both sleep at a night at his house in Coney Island, the itching appears the same in the shower & before I go to sleep at night- as to when we spend the night at my house in the same bed & shower. Not to get too personal, but explain a little more; we sleep in the same bed, take a shower at the same time, use the same body soap, wash ragg, towels, sheets, & sometimes clothes, we are also sexually active, so we think what we’re doing is basically pass it back & forth to eachother because of the skin-to-skin contact continuely, therefore if its scabies I would think this would explain everything. But I’m still clueless as to what to do, nor what I could do. You mentioned taking oral Benadryl, we did that & that stopped the itching but for only a couple of hours. You also mentioned skin follicles, I deff. have no doubt that it could be this, because we haven’t been in a hot tub, & the rash/ bites are presistant all over our bodies.
You wanted to know more about if the itchy changed- No, it doesnt, its been the same for about 2 months now. Except the itchiness isn’t so intense on my inner theighs & no more red veins are popping out like broken blood vessels. Yes, it does lessen 3-4 hours after a hot a shower. No, there is no crusting or scaling at all, so I guess that rules out hives. Any more questions would help me clarify & explain more detail in this.
There is also no mm burrows on our waists or wrists, no tiny red veins, just some itchy random bumps, sometimes they appear & start itching for like 30 minutes straight, then they stop itching, go away, then return again sometime in the night. Lastly you also mentioned; cholinergic urticatia, I’m about to look more into that, I’m not sure what that is, I never heard of it. Thank you for all your help, I hope everything I stated can help yet again indentify this so I can cure it already. Thanks again

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A dermatologist diagnoses perioral dermatitis by examination. No other tests are usually done. The first step in treating perioral dermatitis is to discontinue all topical steroid creams , even non-prescription hydrocortisone. Once the steroid cream is discontinued, the rash appears and feels worse for days to weeks before it starts to improve. Heavy face creams should also be stopped. One must resist the temptation to apply any of these creams to the face when this happens. Think of the face as a cream junkie that needs a "fix"- one needs to go "cold-turkey".

I had rotator cuff surgery 8 weeks ago. The day after the surgery, I started to itch. I thought it was the Pergoset and so I stopped that. It then became a strange rash. It comes out as a little bump, then turns into lines or circles. The doctor said it was my immune system reacting with some of the things in the anesthetic and it would go away as soon as it all came out of my system.

A few weeks later, I went to a dermatologist and she said the same thing, gave me Zyrtec and cream to use for two weeks. It has not gone away. Some areas fade and some more come out. The itch is worse than the surgery. Will it get better and do you concur that it is from the medicines I had?

There is no cure for dermatographism but I am not sure if this is what you have. Antihistamines help control the symptoms if it is dermatographism and for some people the symptoms eventually dissipate. Surgery has been often linked to starting the dermatographism skin hives problem. It may be just a rash from the medication that will eventually go away.

Steroid skin rash

steroid skin rash

I had rotator cuff surgery 8 weeks ago. The day after the surgery, I started to itch. I thought it was the Pergoset and so I stopped that. It then became a strange rash. It comes out as a little bump, then turns into lines or circles. The doctor said it was my immune system reacting with some of the things in the anesthetic and it would go away as soon as it all came out of my system.

A few weeks later, I went to a dermatologist and she said the same thing, gave me Zyrtec and cream to use for two weeks. It has not gone away. Some areas fade and some more come out. The itch is worse than the surgery. Will it get better and do you concur that it is from the medicines I had?

There is no cure for dermatographism but I am not sure if this is what you have. Antihistamines help control the symptoms if it is dermatographism and for some people the symptoms eventually dissipate. Surgery has been often linked to starting the dermatographism skin hives problem. It may be just a rash from the medication that will eventually go away.

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