Question by  Matthew (34)

What are possible causes of a vesicular axilla rash?

And what the heck does that mean?


Answer by  jheremans (1446)

Axillary rash is caused by many factors such as, having dry skin, heat reactions, chicken pox, bacterial meningitis, eczema, measles and other skin related allergies.


Answer by  iampj (26)

Some possible causes of vesicular axilla rash (a raised rash in your arm pit) could be caused by allergic reactions to certain fabrics, deodorants, soaps, or detergents.


Answer by  G12345 (1808)

Vesicluar means small fluid filled rash. And causes are many but include this like impetigo, folliculitis, zoster infection and varicella or chicken poxs. Best to see a doctor to get appropriate treatment.


Answer by  muzic74 (72)

A vesicular axilla rash appears as small blisters on the skin of the armpit. Vesicular rashes are caused by skin conditions including but not limited to dermatitis, eczema, and impetigo.


Answer by  JuliaJolie (415)

A vesicular axilla rash is a rash on the armpit that consists of small blisters. It's commonly caused by fungal infections or from an existing dermatological disorder. Shingles or chicken pox can also be a cause.


Answer by  ranica (184)

any rash can be cause of an underlying disease or may be an irritant agent have touched your skin making it to react which is an immune response, and sometimes this rash are maybe a fragile blood vessels


Answer by  Cheryll (152)

Vesicular axilla rash are caused by presence of infection in body. It's a result of accumulation of bacteria in body which traps and kills bacteria by our immune system.


Answer by  westivan (16)

Fluid-filled blisters in the armpit can be a symptom of viruses such as varicella, herpes simplex or herpes zoster, or conditions including contact dermatitis, hemorrhagic vasculitis and dyshidrotic eczema.

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