Tests For Rash in Pune
A list of lab tests and other self-help tools for Rash in Pune
What is Rash
List of Lab Tests For Rash
How will these tests help?
The group of tests you have been asked to take will help us to understand why you have a rash. These tests will provide us with information as to what could be causing the irritation on your skin
By performing these tests, we can narrow down the potential causes of your rash. The tests can be grouped into two categories based on their diagnostic value: 1
Tests to determine inflammation: Complete Blood Count (CBC), Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR), C-Reactive Protein (CRP), Antinuclear Antibody (ANA), Rheumatoid Factor (RF), and Liver Function Tests (LFT). These tests will help us to identify any underlying conditions causing inflammation that may be causing your rash
2. Tests to identify potential allergies or infections: Immunoglobulin E (IgE), Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH), Vitamin D-25 Hydroxy, and Urinalysis
These tests will help us to determine if there are any allergies or infections that could be causing your rash.
Book Tests for Rash in Pune
Pathofast offers Tests for Rash at our center in Manisha Terrace, Moledina Road, Pune, Camp, India
Our lab in Pune, is known for its exceptional hygiene, polite staff and quick reports
Our Pune Center, is located close to the railway station and the Swargate Central Bus Depot, as well as the new Metro Lines
Please choose an option below to proceed with your booking:
Self Test for Rash
Answer the following 3 questions to know whether you should get yourself investigated further
List of symptoms associated with Rash
You may have been feeling an intense itching sensation on the affected area of your skin, which may worsen when you scratch it.
You may notice that the affected area of your skin is redder than the surrounding skin.
You may also notice a rash, which is made up of small, raised bumps or patches on the skin. These bumps or patches may be red, itchy, and scaly.
List of home remedies for Rash
Try these at home, only after consulting your doctor
Aloe vera gel
Apply aloe vera gel directly to the affected area to sooth the skin and reduce itching.grade
Make a paste from oatmeal and water and apply it to the rash for relief from itching.grade
Applying a cold compress or cold milk to the rash can help reduce itching and inflammation.grade