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    Unhappy skin rash in neck

    i have bad rash on my is not an itchy rash but i feel burning sensation when i touch it .i am on couple of medications for my other disease(cough).i am concerning this rash may be side effect of those tablets.

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    **Deepak Ghimire** Male

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    Since when have you had this and since when u are taking medications for cough? Does it itch? Any other areas?
    Picture is not that clear but there are two possibilities.. one is "paederus dermatitis" and the other is "fixed drug eruption". But i would go for the first one...Anyway application of combination creams containing steroid and antibiotics might help.

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    i think you should consult to a skin specialist.

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