Skin Rashes & Infections Lake Charles LA

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

Local Businesses

Stubblefield, John C – Stubblefield John C

(337) 491-9215
730 E Bayou Pines Dr, #B
Lake Charles, LA 70601

Aesthetic Center-Southwest La

(337) 310-1070
8101 S Walker Ave Ste E
Lake Charles, LA 70601

Ear Nose & Throat Assoc

(337) 439-0555
4500 West Memorial Road
Lake Charles, LA 70601

Dr.Brian Ford

(337) 433-7272
2000 Tybee St
Lake Charles, LA 70605

Smith, Shondra

3635 Nelson Rd
Lake Charles, LA 70605

Brian Paul Ford

1700 Engleside St
Lake Charles, LA 70601

Harold G Bienvenu

(337) 439-2040
711 S Ryan St – Ste # 100
Lake Charles, LA 70601

Maureen Ann Olivier

780 Bayou Pines East Dr
Lake Charles, LA 70601

Ralph W Colpitts

(337) 497-1958
4150 Nelson Rd – Bldg D Ste 2b
Lake Charles, LA 70605

Michael Eddie Cormier

(337) 433-7272
2000 Tybee Ln
Lake Charles, LA 70605

Olivier, Maureen A – Hart Eye Center

(337) 439-4014
780 E Bayou Pines Dr
Lake Charles, LA 70601

Cholley, Kate – Plastic Surgery Assoc Of Sw La

(337) 497-1958
8100 S. Walker Suite A
Lake Charles, LA 70601

Ralph William Colpitts

840 W Bayou Pines Dr Ste B
Lake Charles, LA 70601

Guidry, Kevin

2000 Tybee St
Lake Charles, LA 70605

John Stubblefield

(337) 491-9215
730 E Bayou Pines Dr Ste B
Lake Charles, LA 70601

E Clyde Smoot

(337) 478-5577
Suite A2 4150 Nelson Road
Lake Charles, LA 70605

Shondra Leah Smith

1800 Ryan St Ste 106
Lake Charles, LA 70601

Michael Cormier

(337) 433-7272
1601 Foster St
Lake Charles, LA 70601

Plastic Surgery Center Of Swla

(337) 497-1958
4150 Nelson Rd # D2B
Lake Charles, LA 70605

Brian Ford

(504) 818-0765
1700 Engleside St
Lake Charles, LA 70601

Skin Rashes & Infections FAQ in Lake Charles, LA

What autoimmune diseases cause a rash?

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

Can an internal infection cause a rash?

Rashes and patches on the skin In general, a rash that does not respond to treatment, and is accompanied by other symptoms — such as fever, joint pain and muscle aches — could be a sign of an internal problem or infection.

How do I identify a rash?

Itching. Skin redness. Flaking skin. Dry, scaly, or crusted skin that can become thick and leathery from scratching. Small, fluid-filled blisters that may ooze when scratched. Infection of the areas of broken skin.

What stops skin infection?

Wash your hands often and properly. Wash scrapes, cuts, wounds, or insect bites right away. Do not share items, such as towels, razors, bar soap, clothes, or toys. Avoid skin-to-skin contact with anyone who has a skin infection.

Why am I suddenly getting skin rashes?

The main cause is dermatitis, which is when your skin reacts to allergens or irritants. Bacteria, viruses, allergens and conditions including eczema, hives, and psoriasis can be the source of skin rashes. A variety of treatments can relieve your symptoms and get rid of the rash.

What kind of cancers cause rashes?

Mycosis fungoides. One of the most common blood-related cancers is mycosis fungoides, a type of cutaneous T-cell lymphoma. Sezary syndrome. Leukemia. Kaposi sarcoma. Chronic skin conditions. Allergic reactions. Skin infections.

What kind of viral infection causes a rash?

Various illnesses, such as mononucleosis, chickenpox, sixth disease, and measles, cause a viral rash. A viral rash may appear as small bumps, blisters, or patches in various parts of the body. The rash typically goes away once the illness has run its course.

What are the red flags for sepsis?

Severe breathlessness or sleepiness. It feels like you’re going to die or pass out. Skin mottled or discoloured. An extremely high or a very low temperature; repeated vomiting; seizures; and a rash which doesn’t fade when you press a glass against it are also possible ‘red flags’.

Can stress cause rashes?

While stress may be something we feel emotionally, it can have a significant impact on our physical health. In addition to high blood pressure, headaches and fatigue, skin rashes are common stress symptoms.

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.

Which antibiotic is good for skin rashes?

Antibiotics: Oral antibiotics are used to treat many skin conditions. Common antibiotics include dicloxacillin, erythromycin, and tetracycline. Antifungal agents: Oral antifungal drugs include fluconazole and itraconazole. These drugs can be used to treat more severe fungal infections.

Do some viruses cause rashes?

Many viral infections can cause a rash in addition to other symptoms. Rashes are very common with viral infections, especially in young children. It is very important to make sure the rash is not part of a serious infection – eg, meningococcal infection which can be associated with meningitis.