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fucidin cream1% has hydrocortisone.
prickly heat could come from an allergic reaction, or hormone changes or excessive sun exposure, or neuropathy
these are all treated differently.
hydrocortisone would only help with skin rash conditions and allergic skin reactions.
you should get blood testing to check your thyroid and female hormones.
do you have diabetes?
or history of neuropathy?
no i don't
do you have a doctor you can see to do some blood testing?
to check your hormone levels?
and to check for allergies?
yes i can will this rash fade
there are many causes of rash.
viral infections can cause rash.
lupus can cause rash on the face.
i am worried the rash won't go can that happen i am in good health
it depends on the cause of the rash.
if the rash is caused by lupus, then you will need your lupus treated.
if the rash is caused by a viral infection, it will get better.
the doctor said it was a reaction from the sun
if the rash is due to allergies, then the allergen will have to be removed.
have you been out in the sun a lot?
then it could be a sun burn.
sun burn need aloe vera and lidocaine cream.
will that heal
yes, it will heal.
I would not use hydrocortisone cream.
keep using aloe vera and neosporin