I have this ring rash on my back it is NOT ring worm it doesnt hurt?

I have this ring rash on my back it is NOT ring worm it doesnt hurt? Topic: 7 parts of a research report
June 16, 2019 / By Barb
Question: or it and the middle of it is normal skin color. i am 13 and am not sick its not chicken pox and the rash doesnt itch and its in a semi tear drop shape PLEASE HELP ITS FREEKIN ME OUT
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Addy Addy | 5 days ago
Hi, Sounds like the skin reactions that I was having two to three years ago. Allergic reactions to foods and my own sweat and who knows what other toxins, that would then promote fungal infections from my weakened immune system. I eventually learned to make the right organic nutritional choices that allowed my immune system and organs to rebuild and get stronger. IF YI - my own skin-urticaria issues have cost about $2,500 in the last three years to learn what I now know - which is that ALL skin diseases are strongly related to one's micro-nutrition and/or toxic absorption and/or hygiene and/or parasites. My allergic reactions continually cause small water blisters along with skin fevers and itches and then rashes and then long term scaling. When my malady was at its worst - I used to have allergic itches to my own sweat that I was burning off after showering or during exercise or when parts of my body got hot - during a time in my life when I used to have considerable toxins stored within my body fat and ‘very’ weakened immune and filter systems. Monistat 7 and Desenex are moist-area anti-fungals and Head and Shoulders is also an anti-fungal, but you really need to see an MD and do more internet research to better understand how difficult it is for an MD to diagnose serious skin maladies. Use meds that are prescribed in a very minimal way so that your body’s immune system's and skin/ organs can repair and grow stronger, which will then prevent reoccurrences in the future. Since when I was an asthmatic teen and could not use deodorants without rashing up, my life long triggers have taught me to use hypo-allergenic non-perfumed soaps in a minimal way and to sometimes powder different portions of my body with cornstarch to help minimize yeast infections; especially whenever my micro-nutritional absorption within my gut has been less than was necessary to adequately repair my body’s immune system, organs, and skin on a daily basis. Even though I might not have answered your question as ‘specifically’ as you may have wanted, to help you with simple and concise information on ALL itch rash illnesses and for short and long term solutions to them ALL - the following link has considerable info within a ‘report’ I recently posted on Y_A: <> http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091113104039AAbnGet <> The report at qid=20091113104039AAbnGet is an accumulation of my own investigations into itch rash illnesses that are due to my own non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, even though I have a fairly low BMI of 26. I eventually learned that itching or rashes are symptoms of maladies that could become much worse if not healed with better non-toxic and more ‘dense’ micro-nutritional choices. Since doctors were not very helpful and it ‘almost’ took too long to learn what I now try to teach others, I now take a little time each week to help others understand the need for non-toxic and ‘adequate’ micro-nutritional absorption in the gut AND for good hygiene - which will then prevent or minimize every ‘dis-ease’ I am aware of. Finally, because I am not an MD who could diagnose you ‘personally,’ I feel I should add that although I have seen that most root problems for 'skin' issues for myself and others has usually ‘always’ been from long and or short term allergic reactions to 'something' or poor hygiene COMBINED WITH a weakened lymph liver kidney skin and immune systems - IF the following symptoms would ever occur - I ‘think’ the worst rash one might possibly have quickly acquired is from deadly bacterial meningitis, ALTHOUGH bacterial meningitis would be VERY RARE. The two quotes below are from: <> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bacterial_Meningitis <> <> “IF a rash is present, it may indicate a particular cause of meningitis; for instance, meningitis caused by meningococcal bacteria may be accompanied by a characteristic rash.” <> <> “The MOST common symptoms of meningitis are headache and neck stiffness associated with fever, confusion or altered consciousness, vomiting, and an inability to tolerate light (photophobia) or loud noises (phonophobia). SOMETIMES, especially in small children, only nonspecific symptoms may be present, such as irritability and drowsiness.” <> For further details see: <> http://www.cdc.gov/meningitis/about/faq.html <> <><> I truly truly hope that what you might rapidly learn in the next few minutes will help you to decide on the correct choices that will remedy your painful malady in the future. My best to you and yours, AI – self taught nutritionIsT ><+>[(-:] PS - IF YI - the nutrition info I have learned is posted at: <> http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091025223942AAni6lC <>.
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Addy Originally Answered: Is there anything I can do to get my wedding ring back from Kay Jewelers?
Laws vary from locale to locale - but you may have both a criminal and a civil action here. Basically, the store has stolen your property. Once you placed the demand for the ring to be returned and they failed to do so, they put themselves in the position of having your property without your permission. Stop talking to them by phone and in person. You have no record of those conversations. Send them a letter demanding the immediate return of the ring, in its original condition, (set a reasonable time limit - perhaps 3 days from receipt of the letter. Put the date you gave them the ring, and the original time frame offered, and list the other contacts you have had. Tell them that you will begin legal action if the ring is not returned by that date. Send the letter registered, so that you have a receipt showing that it was received. Then follow through. Enough is enough. Just thought of another possibility - some local television networks have shows and/or investigative reporters as part of their news programs. If yours does - this would be the kind of thing they would eat up. Generally, corporations really don't like to see negative publicity like this and will bend over backwards to keep these investigators happy. Good luck!
Addy Originally Answered: Is there anything I can do to get my wedding ring back from Kay Jewelers?
They have probably lost/broken your merchandise. Call corporate again and ask them for the phone number to their legal department or their address where they accept service. So far I've never had to go past that request to get my problem solved pronto. Otherwise you will need to file in small claims where your limit may be less than the value.

Tanner Tanner
I agree with Kat, it sounds like Lyme disease. But only if the rash is in the shape of a bullseye. Not very dangerous at all if treated early, so you should go get it checked out. Did you go camping recently? Or go into the woods? If you did, then chances are this is it: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lyme_disease If that's not it then it could be something as simple as an allergic reaction to a bug bite. Hope I helped! x
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Peregrine Peregrine
Go to the doctor immediately. What you describe sounds exactly like the 'bull's eye' rash characteristic of early Lyme Disease, which is a treatable disease spread by deer ticks.
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Peregrine Originally Answered: I moved to another country to be with my fiancee. He cheated. Do I give the ring back?
Someone didn't learn and it wasn't him. In fact I'm pretty sure he DID learn the first time, that he can get away with it Keep the ring. He broke off the engagement. Depends on the country, but in most cases you get the ring.

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