The following Conditions are related to Itchy

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  • Carate

    Carate, also known as Pinta, is a skin disease caused by a spiral-shaped bacterium called Treponema Carateum.The signs and symptoms of Carate are as follows:Carate only affects the skin. It begins as itchy, flat, reddened areas on the arms, hands, face, feet, legs, or neck.These affected areas enlarge and thicken; however, after several months, some three to nine months later, further thickened  Read More

  • Chickenpox

    Chickenpox is a viral infection caused by the varicella-zoster virus that causes small fluid-filled itchy blisters and rash on the skin along with fever, headache, and fatigue. Chickenpox has three stages first, it will cover the entire body in the form of red bumps, then it changes its forms into small fluid blisters, and finally, these blisters burst, crust, and scabs cover it. These crusts eventually heal in a few days. How  Read More

  • Child naevus

    Congenital or Child Naevus (moles) generally don't cause problems unless they show cancerous signs.Cure/medications include:Your child's doctor will need to check the mole over time to watch for any changes that may signal a future risk of skin cancer.On the other hand, if you worry about the mole's appearance or location, you can talk to your doctor about removal.Discussing with the d  Read More

  • Contact dermatitis

    Contact dermatitis is a very common skin allergic reaction to the substance. This skin may trigger an itchy rash or red blisters when it gets in direct contact with some foreign substance that is allergic to the skin. Inaapropopirate Jewelry, soaps, fragrance, cosmetics, skincare, and fabric are some common causes of this rash. Swelling and itching are common symptoms of this disease. However, it is easily curable through medi  Read More

  • Doc 16 (unilateral hemidysplasia type)

    CHILD syndrome is usually present at birth. It may first become apparent at some point during the first month of life. The skin is usually dry, itchy, red and scaly (ichthyosiform erythroderma) on one side of the body, although minor skin involvement in the shape of lines or segments may occur on the opposite side of the body. Bands of normal skin may be found on the affected side as well. Patients with CHILD syndrome may be bald on on  Read More

  • Duhring disease

    Treatment of dermatitis herpetiformis (DH) also known as duhring disease includes avoidance of gluten by consuming a gluten-free diet and medications.The first line of treatment includes a strict gluten-free diet is the most effective treatment option. You can get suggestions from a registered dietician to eliminate both obvious and hidden sources of dietary gluten and recommend short- and long-term alternatives.  Read More

  • Dyshidrotic eczema

    There is currently no cure for dyshidrotic eczema; however, treatments can help a person manage this condition. Consulting a dermatologist is necessary to proceed with treatments.Medical treatments for dyshidrotic eczema include:Possible treatments could consist of moisturizing cream or lotion to assist in treating dry skin.Use steroid cream and calcineurin creams to reduce inflammation and les  Read More

  • Eczema

    Atopic dermatitis or eczema may last for years. To control it, you might need to try a variety of medications over the course of months or years. Additionally, even after successful therapy, signs and symptoms could come back (flare).Early diagnosis of the illness is crucial in order to begin treatment. Your doctor might advise one or more of the following therapies if routine moisturizing and other self-care pract  Read More

  • Empeines

    Empeines, also called Pinta, is a disease that is very rare and spread by infections that affect the skin. Pinta is a disease which affected by Treponema carateum bacteria, which is spiral-shaped bacteria. This also causes diseases like yaws, and syphilis.This disease is transmitted by direct skin-to-skin contact and nonsexual contact.The disease does not affect other body organs, but it affects exposed ar  Read More

  • Focal dermal dysplasia syndrome

    Focal dermal hypoplasia (FDH), commonly known as Goltz syndrome, primarily affects the development of the skin, hands, feet, and eyes. It is considered one of the Ectodermal dysplasia types, which is a sort of heritable condition that affects how the hair, teeth, nails, and glands develop and work. About 90% of all FDH cases are female, according to statistics.Numerous bone abnormalities, some of which may be prese  Read More

  • Fox fordyce disease

    A skin condition that occurs in sweat-producing areas is known as Fox Fordyce Disease. It is a rare condition that mainly occurs in women between the age of 13 to 35 years. Areas affected by the disease have itchy bumps produced around the hair follicles of the underarm, nipples, and other pubic regions.The ratio of women to men with the disease is more due to sweat accumulation and bacterial production. It is due  Read More

  • Hives, giant

    Angioedema or Hives is usually treated by avoiding known triggers to the allergic reaction.The prescription drugs for the treatments of hives and angioedema may include:Antihistamines: It is the standard treatment for hives and angioedema. These medications reduce itching, swelling and other allergy symptoms.Drugs that suppress the immune system: Drugs that can calm an overactive immune system  Read More

  • Ichthyosis vulgaris

    Ichthyosis Vulgaris is caused by an inherited genetic flaw, a mutation that affects a large protein called filaggrin.The faulty gene is inherited from one's parents and may be caused by one or more mutations in the profillagrin gene that occur early in fetal development.It is autosomal dominant, which means that all that is required for the condition is a single faulty copy of the gene that codes for f  Read More

  • Jock itch

    Similar to ringworm, jock itch is a common fungal ailment that is brought on by a fungus. An itching, stinging, burning rash appears on the skin of your groin, inner thighs, and butt crack as a result of a jock itch (gluteal cleft). Another name for jock itch is tinea cruris. Ringworm is also known as tinea, and the Greek word cruris signifies groin.Jock itch might persist for months if you don't address it. Ho  Read More

  • Keratosis pilaris (kp)

    Keratosis Pilaris (KP), or chicken skin, is a skin disorder that appears as small bumps on the skin and is usually mistaken as goosebumps or small pimples.Keratin, i.e. proteins produced by the skin in large quantities, blocks hair follicles, and this leads to the development of red bumps on the skin.None can define why keratin is built up in keratosis pilaris. Itchiness and irritation can be felt on the s  Read More

  • Latex allergy

    Latex allergy is an allergic reaction to specific proteins found in natural rubber latex, which is derived from the rubber tree. When People have a latex allergy, their body misidentifies latex as a potentially hazardous substance.Latex allergy can cause itchy skin, hives, and even anaphylaxis, a potentially fatal illness characterised by throat swelling and significant trouble breathing.The specialist can  Read More

  • Physical urticaria, cholinergic type

    Physical urticaria, cholinergic type or chronic hives is a condition caused by allergen or any substance, body develop allergic reaction. the welts often start as itchy patches that turn into swollen welts that vary in size. These welts appear and fade at random as the reaction runs its course.Chronic hives can be very uncomfortable and interfere with sleep and daily activities.Risk factors-Allerg  Read More

  • Ringworm

    Ringworm (tinea corporis) is a skin condition caused by a fungal infection, and no ringworm is involved in it. The name comes from the appearance of circular rashes on the skin.Here are simple cures and medications to treat ringworm.Topical antifungal: Over-the-counter antifungal creams kill the fungus and promote healing. Effective antifungal medications include miconazole, clotrimazole, and terbinafin  Read More

  • Wells' syndrome

    Wells' syndrome, also named eosinophilic cellulitis, is a skin disease that is very rare. There occur rashes on the skin that are so painful that the touch may feel burning, raised, red, or swollen on the skin.The person affected by this skin condition may be because of bites from spiders, fleas, bees, mites, or ticks, i.e., arthropods.But the actual and exact cause is not yet known.The sympto  Read More