Just look at the rash – then click the box to reveal the diagnosis. That’s it. Nothing fancy.
It’s a Fixed Drug Eruption!
A “fixed” drug eruption can be caused by any number of medicines – antibiotics included. It is “fixed” because it always shows up in the same area whenever one takes the medicine. They star as oval red/brown patches, later blistering and leaving raw denuded skin behind.If the drug is stopped they heal. The treatment is conservative in most cases, and involves moisturizing. This example is a really bad case and is seen after blistering.