|Rash back may occurr from a variety of factors, which might include the following; allergens, heat, immune system disorders, infections, bug bites, ringworm, reactions from medication and contact from nature (poison ivy, poison oak, sumac) just to name a few.
Quite often your back is susceptible to sunlight and sweat, a rash here may cause a great deal of discomfort and pain, not to mention the embarrassment from the obvious appearance of your skin.
Rash Back caused from a 'Heat Rash' or 'Swimmer's Itch' will usually clear up on their own accord. However, other rashes such as; Pityriasis Rosea and Shingles could require the aid of a dermatologist, if for no other reason than just having the comfort of a diagnosis.
Either one of these two conditions can take literally months to clear up.
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Other common rash back conditions such as; Atopic Dermatitis usually referred to as eczema are ongoing and manageable skin conditions that are considered to be 'chronic' in nature.
Quite often the rash will develop on your face, neck, trunk or limbs (that pretty much covers your entire body). It's process is to; 'flare up' - 'subside' . . . repeat.
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The old expression: "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" holds very true here.
Therefore, you can certainly 'help yourself' by following some basic rules; avoid harsh detergents, strong smelling soaps & applying lotions, creams or ointments on a regular basis to avoid flare ups on your rash back.
You may also come in contract with an allergen or an irritant producing a form of dermatitis called: Irritant Contact Dermatitis. This will display itself as a dry, or scaly rash that may have; 'burning', 'itch', 'pain', or any combination of these associated with it. This type of rash is usually due to contact with cleaning products or industrial chemicals.
Keep in mind that everyones reaction to these products are different based on your individual skin type, the amount of the product you came in contact with and of course the duration or length of time that the product was exposed to your skin.
Both medications and food can be a potentially serious source of a rash. Some of the most common offenders for food are; peanuts, strawberries, avocados and shellfish. A list of just some of the known medications that may cause a rash are; anabolic steroids, corticosteroids, antibiotics that contain sulfa, penicillins, diuretics, and aspirin just to name a few.