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What are the symptoms of contact dermatitis?

Dr. Jeanne Morrison, PhD
Family Practitioner

Symptoms of contact dermatitis include itchy, red rashes with distinct borders. The rash only appears where the substance came into contact with the skin. The rashes may have bumps or blisters and may cause swelling and pain as well as itching. Rashes can range from mild to severe.

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