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A rash no doctor can explain but it is patchy and is random

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a rash no doctor can explain but it is patchy and is random on the body it gets red and swells and just a few blister and is itchy I get an antibiotic Keflex and take that for a month it heals but leaves the spots discolored lately it has been only taking a few days to reoccur after stopping the antibiotic usually takes 8 weeks for my skin to heal it is getting worse each time this happens and this has gone on for 6 years
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Customer: have had one biopsy done and it came back as healing skin had several blood tests done for STDS but all negative other blood test come back negative for whatever else they tested for
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  Dr. David replied 1 year ago.

This is Dr. David

you could have very sensitive skin with reactive skin which can cause eczema type patchy rashes which can get red and swells and can calm down with steroid or antibiotic therapy.

this doesn't sound like an STD.

can you upload a clear jpg photo of your skin rash?