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A burning sensation of the skin can mean that the patient is afflicted with St. Anthony's fire, according to MedicineNet. Mayo Clinic suggests chilblains may cause a burning sensation, the Skin Cancer Foundation cautions... More »

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Some causes of a burning sensation in the skin on the legs include burns from chemicals or extreme heat, peripheral neuropathy due to specific diseases or conditions, and exposure to poisonous substances that damage the ... More »

A burning sensation on the inner part of the thigh is typically caused by pressure against skin-deep nerves on the front or side of the thigh, according to Kaiser Permanente. There are numerous conditions that can contri... More »

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According to the Mayo Clinic and Wikipedia, burning feet syndrome is a medical condition characterized by a sensation of burning, aching or tingling in the feet. The intensity of these symptoms ranges from mild to severe... More »

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A burning sensation from a bumpy, red rash may develop due to conditions that include heat rashes, hives, allergic reactions or insect bites. Insect bites can occur in random areas of the neck and chest areas, according ... More »

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Burning and itching skin can be relieved with topical ointments, moisturizers and salicylic acid, states Healthline. Sometimes skin can be relieved if an individual eats food containing essential fatty acids because this... More »

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When an itchy rash causes an infection, scarring or a change in skin coloration, it's advisable to seek medical treatment, according to MedicineNet. Depending on the cause of the rash, antihistamines or cortizone-based m... More »

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