Burning sensation after massage

A 29-year-old male with complaints of skin rashes in the back, accompanied by severe itching. From anamnesis it is known that the patient is engaged in sports. After an episode of myalgia, he went to a neurologist and to a physiotherapist and received massages with warming creams. In the course of massages, after the third procedure, the patient noted the appearance of a burning sensation in the place of massage, as well as the appearance of rashes with itching, slightly extending beyond the massage area. After the fifth massage procedure, the rash with itching started to spread beyond the first area, erythema increased. Suggestions?

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IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? DRUG INDUCED RASH.. DRUG SENSITIVITY RASH.. ? ACD..CD ..

Tnx Dr Vijay P
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* Allergic contact dermatitis ** Drug induced sensitivity Needs further investigation and evaluation to conclude and treatment plan.

Thanks Dr Partha sarathi Sahana
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Atopic dermatitis/ allergic dermatitis Cetrizine,1bd Ointment betamethasone locally

Allergic contact Dermatitis

Thank you Dr Jain
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Allergic contact dermatitis Baclate Zocon Cetirizine

Irritant contact dermititis Due to ingredients used in massage

Thanx dr Vipin Bihari Jain
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During a massage treatment, when we stretch this tight tissue you could feel a burning sensation. This is a myofascial release sensation and is generally short lived and quite normal, but not felt by everyone. The intensity and sensations felt, will vary between clients.

Atopic contact Dermatitis

It looks like Allergic contact dermatitis

Allergy dermatitis Tab.levocetrizine bd Tab.bc Tab.folic Tab.prenesolone 5 mg bd Betamethasone

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