I am having a allergy at corners of my hand elbows and knees. At the time when I scratch that area , then red colored rash appears at that point and disappears after some time ( within 2 - 3 mins ) . Of course this happens to everyone when it sweats but I never had such a problem . From 7 mnths onwards am having this kind of problem once in every 15 days . I think it is not such a issue to think but am worried about it .
Some members here earlier told in my posts that am having Pompholyx as am having small red spots on my palms and bubbles ( happen once in 3 mnths )like things on side of palms ( 2 to 3 number which will never pain and nothing ).. Is this rash also due to Pompholyx..
Please let me know if any changes in food habits are to be taken by me..
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