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Bumps On The Skin That Don T Itch
My brother gas these weird red bumps on his skin and he says they don't itch, could it be hives or something?
Hives itch: Rashes are difficult to describe in words. A primary care doctor or a dermatologist can examine a red spots rash to see what it might be. Sometimes rashes are related to medications, but many times they are not. For unusual rashes, a skin biopsy may be done by a dermatologist. Other causes include viral infections, allergies and autoimmune reactions, chemical irritants, bug bites, etc... ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A few days ago i noticed a single small red bump in my groin. It itches and the bump is also below the skin and hasn't gone away. Is it serious?
Groin lump: This may be a blocked hair follicle, sweat gals mad or oil gland. Warm compression tends to help. If it gets larger or persist, it may necessary to see a doctor for drainage and antibiotics. The doctor will also decide if this is something else that needs further evaluation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I wake up to a little bump that itches badly and turns into a brownish circle by the end of the day and skin around it turns red and warm ?
Over the last couple months, my skin itches and when scratched it swells and leaves bumps, almost like an allergic reaction what can be causing this?
What ia happening when my skin starts to have little bumps that itches out of no where and randomly in my body? Tried allegra and helped, but still...
My skin itches me suddenly (arm and shoulders) so i mildley scratch for a second only and i get a bump abovey skin and it itches me more! what is this?
Rash. Lower leg. Started as small knot under the skin/ turned into 3 pinkish bumps. Itches. Haven't scratched. Now 6 inch area. Skin looks very burned?
Rash: This may have been an insect bite with an allergic response or an area of contact dermatitis from something that touched your skin. Apply cortisone cream, but if redness spreads and burning persists, an infection of the skin(cellulitis) may be present and requires antibiotic treatment(pills and cream). Your physician will advise you. ...Read more