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skin rash

hi i was in the bathroom and i find out the i have little spox rashes in my but like dry sking rahes and lower of my butt i see a rash like a buttlerfly i also have nause and low appetites every day is worse im not pregnant. i when to see my doctor he tell me the a have anemia i dont want to say that is lupus but i dont have other answer them that what do u think it is ? help me please
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The rash of lupus usually involves the face.This is termed as the malar rash or butterfly rash that apears symmetrically and involves the bridge of the nose.

In your case, I suggest that you have a dermatologist assess this rash.I have a few questions:

Is the rash reddish ?

Is it flat or elevated?

Is it itchy?

Would you be able to identify certain triggers that could have led to the rash?

Do you have any known allergies?
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thank u vanessa for those question but no i dont have any itchy but im worry because i never had something like that im very white and the rash is white it them me
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This may be a fungal infection or an inflammatoty skin reaction. Another differential will be psoriasis. Fungal infections and inflammatory skin reactions like dermatitis may cause itchiness and redness in the area. Scaling may be present in psoriasis. Psoriatic lesions usually involve the areas of the body repeatedly exposed to trauma or pressure like the elbows. In your case, the area may also be exposed due to prolonged sitting for instance.

Have you had this checked by a doctor already? Are you taking any medications for your anemia? Vitamin deficiencies and poor nutrition may also present with skin disorders. I suggest you eat well and engage in regular mild to moderate exercises.
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Maybe herpes?  I do not know.
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