Skin Rashes & Infections West Hollywood CA

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

Local Businesses

Beverly Hills Cosmetic Surgery

(310) 550-6174
9610 Stockdale Hwy Unit A
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Motykie, Gary – Beverly Hills Body

(310) 276-3183
9201 W Sunset Blvd Ste 202
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Laseraway Botox, Radiesse, Juvederm Injections

(310) 385-8329
8953 W Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Soudi’S Waxing Facials

(310) 382-6988
9021 Melrose Ave
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Geoffrey Keyes

(310) 859-9388
Suite 611 9201 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Hansen, David C – Skinsation

(310) 273-8006
9201 W Sunset Blvd, #612
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Mossi Salibian

(310) 550-0750
Suite 813 9201 W. Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Richard Ellenbagen

(310) 276-3183
9201 Sunset Blvd – Suite 202
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Mary Powers

880 Oak Park Blvd Ste 102
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Derek H. Jones, M.D.

(310) 246-0495
9201 West Sunset Blvd,Suite 602
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Richard Ellenbogen

(310) 276-3183
Suite 202 9201 Sunset Boulevard
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Diamond Jason

(310) 859-9816
1035 Peach St Ste 303
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Sanjay Grover

(949) 759-9551
9201 W. Sunset Blvd Ste. 500
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Dr.Athleo Cambre

(310) 777-6677
9201 W. Sunset Boulevard #214
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Marc Mani

8358 W Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Solieman Peyman

(805) 551-6491
870 Shasta Ave
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Marc Mani Inc

(310) 859-9033
310 S Halcyon Rd Ste 201
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Jon Gaffney

(310) 601-4660
10 Santa Rosa St
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Richard Ellenbogen

9201 W Sunset Blvd Ste 202
West Hollywood, CA 90069

S Mossi Salibian Medical Corp

(310) 550-0750
3839 Constellation Rd Ste D
West Hollywood, CA 90069

Skin Rashes & Infections FAQ in West Hollywood, CA

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.

Where does sepsis rash appear?

Some patients who have sepsis develop a rash on their skin. The rash may be a reddish discoloration or small dark red dots seen throughout the body. Those with sepsis may also develop pain in the joints of the wrists, elbows, back, hips, knees, and ankles.

Why have I suddenly got a rash?

There are a number of potential causes of rashes, including allergies, diseases, reactions, and medications. They can also be caused by bacterial, fungal, viral, or parasitic infections.

What autoimmune diseases cause a rash?

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

What are 4 common bacterial infections?

Common bacterial diseases include UTIs, food poisoning, STIs and some skin, sinus and ear infections. They’re often treated with antibiotics.

How can I clean my skin infection?

Soak the affected area in warm water or apply warm, moist washcloths. Use a cloth or towel only once when you soak or clean an area of infected skin. Then, wash them in soap and hot water and dry them fully in a clothes dryer.

What does a bacterial skin rash look like?

Bacterial skin infections often begin as small, red bumps that slowly increase in size. Some bacterial infections are mild and easily treated with topical antibiotics, but other infections require an oral antibiotic.

How long should you wait to see a doctor for a rash?

Moist, cool compresses applied to the affected area can also help and also provide some instant relief. If your symptoms do not resolve after two to four weeks, if the rash is on your face or genitals, or if the rash is especially painful or widespread, it’s time to see the doctor.

What are two serious signs of a skin infection?

Pus or fluid leaking out of the cut. Red skin around the injury. A red streak that runs from the cut toward your heart. A pimple or yellowish crust on top. Sores that look like blisters. Pain that gets worse after a few days.

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.

How do you tell if you have a bacterial or viral infection?

Symptoms persist longer than the expected 10-14 days a virus tends to last. Fever is higher than one might typically expect from a virus. Fever gets worse a few days into the illness rather than improving.