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Could my red blotchy skin be serious?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)

If you notice persistent red blotchy skin, and you're sure it's not an allergic reaction, it might be something a little more serious. Certain skin conditions, like rosacea and eczema, are known to cause red blotches and even some discomfort. If you're worried that you may be suffering from one of these conditions, consider seeking a professional opinion.

 

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