Possible Skin Conditions
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On the page below, you will find examples of rashes that can affect the whole body in adults. Allergies are the cause of many widespread rashes. An allergy from a medication is called a drug eruption, and these reactions may range in severity from a subtle skin color change to blisters and welts that may result in loss of skin. You should consult your doctor if you experience a rash after starting a new medication. In fact, any large rash that appears suddenly should be evaluated by a physician as it may be the early sign of a severe allergic reaction. Occasionally a viral infection will cause a large rash on the body in adults, called a viral exanthem, which is most common in children but may occur in adults as well. Additionally, chronic skin conditions (eg, psoriasis) can cause a widespread rash.