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3 Bumps On Arm
Can shingles come on arm/ankle. Only arm rash has feeling like being scratched. Only 3 bumps on arm, 2 on ankle. All on left side. See Dr? Vacinat
Unlikely: There are many more likely causes for what you describe: Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) is common in Winter as are other dry skin issues. Try an OTC cream - ask pharmacist for recommendations - if it gets worse do have an PCP exam - but those locations are not often shingles. Look at online photos and relax. Best! ...Read more
I have been getting clusters of two or three raised bumps on my arm and shoulders they do not pop and are not red inflamed the spots are too big t be kp and I have had folliculitis before and know that this is not it any suggestions on what it could be?
Keratosis pilaris: Keratosis pilaris comes in a variety of sizes, so unless the bumps are huge, it could still be kp. There are also various kinds of folliculitis, so you can't rule that out either. There are other, more esoteric possibilities, but you will have to be examined directly by a dermatologist to know for sure. ...Read more
3weeks ago I woke up with 3 pimple like bumps on my arm. Since then almost everyday I wake up with at least 1 new bump and the others eventually pop.?
There are strange bumps appearing on my arms, legs, hands, and feet in groups of three. They itch like crazy and won't go away. What are they?
Probably bedbugs: If you stayed in a hotel recently, good chance you picked it up there. If you look carefully, you can usually see them. They are tough to get rid of. Get professional exterminator. ...Read more
My son has developed a rash in his belly button the fold of his arm and being his knees. It's not bumps just red and itchy any suggestions he's three?
Have it evaluated: There are many types and causes of skin rashes. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
I have some small bumps on my body, they are collective, I have three on my arm by my elbow, four if them on my tummy near my belly button and three on my buttocks. They are itchy at times, the ones on my arms are red. They look like mozzy bites?
Female, 29, experienced itchy, red, and shallow, dry bumps with fuzzy boundary on skin. Each bump measured about 1cm². Day one, one to two appeared on legs, . Day two, several appeared on legs. Arm had 2. Day three, 10-15 appeared on belly and low back,
Rash is a rash:
Short answer is you need to get yourself to a doctor, who can gather pertinent history and visualize this rash then determine the next step. Otherwise it is almost impossible to give a diagnosis with a simple description. Hope this helps.
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My son has a rash on his body When cries it turns redder. Asked his dr he dismissed. His back and stomach are not bumps anymore legs and arms are. Had for three days not getting worse slightly better when not crying. What can it be? Waiting for his dr to
I've had a headache for three days, my throat hurts when I swallow and I have bumps on my forehead, chest area, and arms?
Infection: This is possibly a viral infection or bacterial which should be seen by your physician. I would recommend going to the physician today. You may need antibiotics or other treatment but with the symptoms that you described it needs to be evaluated soon ...Read more
I Have small red bumps sporadically around my legs, hips, and arms but only around a total of 10-15 over all areas and three just appeared on the roof of my mouth. They're almost like what a pimple that just started to form looks like. Completely red, no
Papules: It really sounds as if you have two from us. I cannot envision what are the bumps on the roof of the mouth would relate to the bumps on your skin. But there are such conditions, they just need to be evaluated personally. The most important asset of a dermatologist is his/her eyes, so you need to have this rash evaluated. ...Read more
I have noticed a small bump on my armpit. At first it would come and go and lately I've realized it has been there for about two or three weeks now.
Could be: A cyst! See your pcp to care for it! ...Read more
I've had a bump on my chest for a while now and now I have three of them. They are bright red and are itchy. I noticed one of my elbow last week.
Likely benign: Could be hair follicles underneath the skin (folliculitis)....Although if the one on the elbow is related then, who knows....Unless you have hairy elbows....At any rate, just keep them cleansed with neutral and water for the time being and get an appointment with your doctor to make sure they don't need treatment. ...Read more
My son has a rock hard bump under the skin of his forearm it is not outside noticable but you can feel its very hard what is it? It is a hard bump under his forearm. He was playing and barley bumped it when he was playing with his lil brother. He is three
The most important question here is if the lump was present prior to the incident where he bumped his arm. This is a common, the discovery of a lesion that is thought to be from the injury that occurred but was actually present prior to that. The bottom line here is to have your son evaluated by his primary care provider. It may just be a simple cyst or lipoma, however it needs to be seen.
Best of luck. ...Read more
I developed tiny red wart-like bumps on my forearm. It's been three days and it hasn't spread and I have not itched it. Could this be scabies?
I have three bumps on my right armpit and labia. They are sore and firm at the top. In a monagamous relationship. What could this be?
My husband has had weird bump like warts coming up on this arm. Started 3 years ago and continuing to grow. Not big very small but much more.?
Bumps: It is nearly impossible to diagnose a skin condition without seeing it. I recommend a doctor visit in order to get diagnosed and treated. It could be something as simple as a wart, or something else altogether. Please get it looked at. ...Read more
Have it looked at: There are many types and causes of skin rashes. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Uncertain: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more
Have it evaluated.: Bumps under the skin could be as a result of different reasons of which could include an ingrown hair, acne, abscess, or an allergic reaction to various things like detergents or soaps or to medications. Have it evaluated by your physician to get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Maybe: Have it checked.Get a more detailed answer ›
Varied causes: There are several possibilities including an inflammed follicle, cyst or possibly and inflammed lymph node due to the former. More serious considerations including lymph node swelling from other causes or neoplasms are possible. If the problem does not resolve within 1-2 weeks which is typical timing in the setting of inflammation it's best to get evaluated by your physician. ...Read more
Without: Examination/ evaluation - can't say.Get a more detailed answer ›
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Bumps: Rashes, lesions, bumps etc are all very hard, if not impossible to definitively diagnose over the computer. We can provide advice for you which is You truly need to be evaluated in person to have a health care provider look at the bumps to diagnose them, so the appropriate treatment takes place. (if infectious-Antibx, if rash-cream possibly) Best wishes. ...Read more
It's difficult to: Diagnose without seeing the actual skin lesions. Possibilities include contact dermatitis/ irritation from something, bacterial, viral, fungal infection, warts, cysts, fatty tumor, allergic reaction to something etc. See your dr for confirmation and reassurance. Take care! ...Read more