The most common causes of red rashes all over the body are chickenpox, German measles and taking certain drugs, explains Dr. Chris Iliades on Everyday Health. Skin rashes are typically swollen or irritated, and they are ... More »

Non-itchy and peeling skin rashes all over the body are a sign of toxic shock syndrome, according to MedlinePlus. The rash resembles a sunburn, and the skin starts to peel from one to two weeks after it appears. More »

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Rashes caused by the HIV virus typically appear as a flattened and red area of skin, usually covered by small red bumps, according to Healthline. These rashes can appear anywhere on the body but are most common on the ch... More »

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Treatment of rashes depends on the cause of the rash, reports Everyday Health. Rashes such as those caused by German measles or chicken pox require management of the accompanying fever, while hives simply require antihis... More »

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Infections that cause red spots under the skin include acne, eczema, measles, chicken pox, impetigo, Kawasaki disease, fifth disease and scarlet fever, according to Healthline. Other infections include seborrheic dermati... More »

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Various conditions, such as rashes caused by contact dermatitis, may cause red dots to appear on the stomach. Scarlet fever and allergic reactions to food and chemicals are possible explanations, notes Healthgrades, and ... More »

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There are many potential causes of a red rash with blisters, including burns, genital herpes, oral herpes, shingles, allergic eczema and contact dermatitis, according to Healthline. Blisters with a red rash can also aris... More »

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