Skin Irritation

Skin Irritations & Rashes

Irritations & rashes on your skin can result from a large variety of causes and can require diverse treatments once diagnosed accurately. Use this guide to determine if you can benefit from diagnosis and treatment form a Makana North Shore Urgent Care medical professional provider. Come into our practice if your irritation or rash...

  • Is accompanied by fever or pain
  • Sparks a sudden spreading of bruise-like lesions
  • Is not confined to one area on your body, but instead covers a       large stretch of skin
  • Is not getting better, and persists
  • Is circular in shape
  • Starts to blister
  • Results in purplish spots on your hands or on your feet

  • Insect Bites & Stings

    The symptoms of insect bites or stings vary depending on the severity of the body's reaction to the insect's venom. Most reactions are mild, with an annoying itch or a stinging sensation and slight swelling. Bites or stings that are more severe should receive immediate medical treatment, and you should come in to Makana North Shore Urgent Care. In some cases an extreme reaction, especially with children may necessitate a 911 call or emergency room visit.

    Symptoms of Mild Bites or Stings

  • Minor swelling
  • Soreness or pain
  • Redness with itching or burning
  • Symptoms of Severe Bites or Stings

  • Trouble breathing or swallowing
  • Swelling in your mouth or throat
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Reddish rash or hives
  • Dizziness or loss of consciousness
  • Call 911 or get emergency help if:

  • There are no signs of breathing
  • There is difficulty breathing, such as       wheezing
  • Swelling of the lips or tongue

  • Ear Infections


    Ear infections or earaches can result from a variety of indications, but the most common factors include sinus disease, common cold, inflamed tonsils, pharynx infection, impacted teeth and inflamed nasal. Also, when the inner ear becomes damaged by insertion of a foreign object, this can cause earaches.

    If you have severe cold or respiratory infection, Eustachian tubes become blocked with mucus from the virus. Don't ignore any of the symptoms. Visit us at Makana North Shore Urgent Care for diagnosis and treatment ASAP.

    Most common symptoms associated with ear infections, earaches include:

  • Difficulty hearing or sleeping
  • Ear Drainage
  • Ringing in the ears
  • Fever
  • Vertigo
  • Limited desire to eat or irritability

  • Eye Infections

    Eye infections come in three forms: bacterial, viral and fungal. Because the symptoms are similar for all, it’s often difficult to figure out the cause – which is why self-diagnosing can be so dangerous. Without proper treatment, eye infections can get worse quickly and lead to thousands of dollars in emergency bills.

    Even the slightest of these symptoms can sometimes be very serious, so here’s a breakdown of what an eye infection looks like and when you should see a provider

    urgently. Having just one or two of these symptoms doesn’t always indicate the presence of an infection, but if you notice more than one of them or if they get worse as the days go by, it might be time to call us at Makana North Shore Urgent Care.

    Serious Symptoms

  • Swollen eyes or in the area around the eyes
  • Blurry vision
  • Eye discharge
  • Pain
  • Extreme light sensitivity
  • Feeling of a foreign object in the eye
  • Medium Symptoms

    See your provider if you experience more than one of these at once:

  • Itching
  • Watery or dry eyes (that are different to how your eyes usually feel)
  • Red eyes
  • Constant involuntary blinking
  • Most Common Types of Eye Infections
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