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*Prescription availability is defined by physician judgment and state regulations. So it’s good to know that if you can’t get in to see a doctor in person, you can still get a doctor’s care at the speed of your life. Skin rashes like eczema, hand foot and mouth, and impetigo can be caused by infections, heat, allergens, immune system disorders and medications.
Most aren't serious, but it’s important to check with a doctor and get the right treatment if needed.
It is contagious, so early diagnosis and treatment can help keep it from spreading.
Often accompanied by abdominal cramping, diarrhea varies in severity and duration and is usually caused by a bacterial, viral or parasitic infection.
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Medicine prescribed in this period can reduce symptom severity and duration.
Headaches can last less than an hour or continue for days.