2. Fluid from Rashes

When a rash becomes more intense, there may be a fluid that oozes from it at times. This can sometimes occur without any provocation, or sometimes it can happen after the patient begins to scratch at the rash. This fluid can then crust up, making a hard layer around the edges of the rash or across its surface. This can also add to the pain that can be associated with eczema. Of course, this can affect different sufferers more intensely, and a physician can prescribe a topical medication to help ease the pain and any other side effects.