Do you have any further pictures?
This is not descript.
NOt even a rash really.
More like an irritated area.
I would say this is contact irritation or allergy
A biopsy of an area would confirm.
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Sorry, your pictures came in nighttime my time.
And they really don't reveal much at all
A couple spots of irritation, not even a rash.
Do you have better examples?
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thanks for the photos.
we can't just assume this is an allergic reaction
itch skin rashes can be caused by many different causes.
rashes on your skin can be from internal inflammation in your body or even infection.
this doesn't look like scabies.
you need blood work to check for internal inflammation and autoimmune disorders as well.
do you have animals in your home? animals can bring in fleas into the home which can cause bites and rash
fexofenadine is Allegra, second generation allergy pill, I take this as well for seasonal allergies.
benadryl 25-50mg is a better all around allergy medication, but it can cause fatigue
but if the fexofenadine didn't work, most likely not due to allergic reaction.
have you checked your bed for bed bugs?
thyroid disorders can cause this
any sort of internal body inflammation in your organs, autoimmune disease, viral infection, liver infection, hepatitis, can cause skin manifestation.
sometimes skin rashes can be manifestations of internal inflammation.
blood work to check your CBC, ANA, ESR, C reactive protein, platelet levels, liver panel, hepatitis panel, thyroid panel can check for internal inflammation which can manifest as a rash on your skin.
these need to be done.
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if your rash was due to contact allergy due to detergent in the soap you are using to wash your clothes, it should get better once you start to wear clothing that was not washed in this detergent.
2 weeks is a long time
contact dermatitis allergy rash should not last 2 weeks after you have removed contact with the detergent.
it could have
but it would still not last 2 weeks later