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Question:
My hands and wrists are covered with red dots - apparently it is heat rash. What can I use to get rid of the unsightly rash? It is painless but looks awful, and I don't want to use cortisone type creams.
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Answer:
Thank you for you question. Dermatological problems usually require visual examination for diagnosis. Simple heat rashes do not require cortisone creams, they will disappear on their own when the underlying problem is addressed. Keep the skin cool and dry.
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