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n8thegr8 07-14-2011 04:58 AM

red rashes on stomach
 
I've had them for like a year...they were a lot worse but these won't go away

ClearSkinRomy 07-14-2011 05:15 AM

Re: red rashes on stomach
 
[QUOTE=n8thegr8;4799662]I've had them for like a year...they were a lot worse but these won't go away[/QUOTE]

You will have to give us a few more details.. how they look.. what did you do when they appeared? Did you experience some sort of high stress in your life before the rash appeared?

Changed something in your diet? started to take some medication?

Did you consult a dermatologist? he might be able to give you a specific cream for you and tell you how to attack the problem.

n8thegr8 07-14-2011 05:18 AM

Re: red rashes on stomach
 
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There's a picture...I didn't submit it right the first time

ClearSkinRomy 07-14-2011 06:56 AM

Re: red rashes on stomach
 
Nate...

I cannot tell you exactly what those red spots are.. this only a certified dermatologist can tell you.

if you didn't consult one already, I recommend you do this right away.

But, no matter what he or she says, and what medications (external or internal) he gives you, you should also try to attack this rash from the inside.

Try to detoxify your body by drinking lot of water each day (1.5 -2 liters or approx 8 - 10 glasses) and cut back on junk foods like fried foods, fast foods and such.

Eat more fresh fruits and vegetables (it's summer.. you can find plenty of those) and also, try to avoid inflammatory foods such as:
[LIST][*]DAIRY >(All pasteurized dairy products) - AVOID
[*]REFINED SUGARS (white sugar, brown sugar, confectioners sugar, corn syrup, processed corn fructose, turbinado sugar, etc) - AVOID
[*]CHEMICAL SUGAR SWEETENERS - AVOID
[*]MSG (Monosodium Glutamate or Hydrolyzed Vegetable Protein) - AVOID
[*]ALCOHOL - AVOID
[*]CAFFEINE - AVOID
[*]RED MEAT - Reduce or Avoid
[*]PROCESSED FOODS - Reduce or Avoid
[*]COMMON TABLE SALT - AVOID (use sea salt instead)[/LIST]
But first check with your dermatologist or family doctor.

pupcake 07-14-2011 04:12 PM

Re: red rashes on stomach
 
Looks like psoriasis- but you should see a Dr.

Pup


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