Skin Rashes & Infections Inglewood CA

Find top doctors who perform Skin Rashes & Infections in Inglewood, CA. Whether you’re seeking treatment or looking to schedule a preventative screening, we can connect you with the best dermatologists near you in Inglewood, CA.

Local Businesses

Delta Dermatology

(310) 673-3582
301 N Prairie Ave
Inglewood, CA 90301

Aynehchi Shahrad

310- 673-3333
575 E Hardy St
Inglewood, CA 90301

Atkinson W Henry

323- 778-2642
8420 S 8Th Ave
Inglewood, CA 90305

Allard Jean R

310- 671-0488
644 E Regent St
Inglewood, CA 90301

Beredo Angelita Inc

310- 671-2699
301 N Prairie Ave – Ste 301
Inglewood, CA 90301

Arnold Clyde T

323- 751-2300
8473 S Van Ness Ave
Inglewood, CA 90305

Andrews Augua

310- 673-7060
214 S Locust St
Inglewood, CA 90301

A Sinus Care Center

(310) 412-3277
400 Parnassus Ave 3Rd Floor
Inglewood, CA 90301

Axminister Medical Group

310- 419-8585
575 E Hardy St
Inglewood, CA 90301

Skinsuave Laser Center

310- 673-9300
925 N Inglewood Ave – Apt 14
Inglewood, CA 90302

1800Mysurgeon Com

310- 256-3421
5156 W Century Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90304

Institute For Corrective

(310) 673-0523
400 Parnassus Ave
Inglewood, CA 90301

Millennium Skin Care

310- 330-0345
543 W Manchester Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90301

Darlene D Sampson

301 N Prairie Ave Ste 412
Inglewood, CA 90301

A Sinus Care Center

310- 412-3277
103 S Locust St
Inglewood, CA 90301

Skin Essence Clinic

323- 750-8446
2622 W Manchester Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90305

Skin Rashes & Infections FAQ in Inglewood, CA

How do you know if your body is fighting an infection?

Fever (this is sometimes the only sign of an infection). Chills and sweats. Change in cough or a new cough. Sore throat or new mouth sore.

Can organ issues cause a rash?

When kidneys cannot remove waste from your body, a rash can develop. One rash that occurs in people who have end-stage kidney disease causes small, dome-shaped, and extremely itchy bumps. As these bumps clear, new ones can form. Sometimes, the small bumps join together to form rough, raised patches.

What viral infections start with a rash?

Chickenpox (varicella-zoster virus). COVID-19 (coronavirus). Fifth disease (parvovirus B19). Hand, foot and mouth disease (coxsackievirus A16). Measles (morbillivirus). Roseola (human herpesvirus 6). Rubella (rubella virus).

What are 5 common symptoms of a bacterial infection?

fever. feeling tired or fatigued. swollen lymph nodes in the neck, armpits, groin or elsewhere. headache. nausea or vomiting.

What rashes are emergency?

Shortness of breath. Skin peeling away or blisters in the mouth. Swelling or tightness in the throat. Areas of tenderness. Fever. Joint pain. Headache. Streaks of red.

What autoimmune diseases cause a rash?

Lupus. Sjogren’s syndrome. Dermatomyositis. Psoriasis. Eczema. Hypothyroidism & myxedema. Celiac disease. Scleroderma.

What are the 3 major causes of skin infections?

A skin infection occurs when parasites, fungi, or germs such as bacteria penetrate the skin and spread. When this happens, it can cause pain, swelling, and skin color changes. Skin infections are different from rashes. A rash is an area of swollen or irritated skin.

What is the most serious skin infection?

1. Necrotising fasciitis. Necrotising fasciitis is a severe infection of the skin, the tissue below the skin, and the fascia (fibrous tissue that separates muscles and organs), resulting in tissue death, or necrosis. The infection is rapid, fast-spreading and fatal if not detected and treated early.

Why am I getting so many infections?

Not washing your hands. Not scrubbing up after you use the bathroom or before you touch your nose and mouth can lead to repeat infections. That’s especially true if you get colds or the flu often. It may seem like you’re getting the same infection, but you might be getting infected with different viruses.

What happens if a skin infection goes untreated?

Left untreated, the infection can spread to the lymph nodes and bloodstream and rapidly become life-threatening.

How do you get rid of a rash that won’t go away?

After exposure, wash the area with water to remove all traces of the irritant/allergen. Applying moisturizers will help the skin moisten and speed up the healing process. Your healthcare provider may prescribe creams or ointments to help. Corticosteroid pills are reserved for only the most severe cases.