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How To Heal Small Itchy Bumps On Heels
10 small, dark red, very itchy bumps on my leg. They seem to be spreading. Advice/ Suggestions/ Diagnosis please!
I have these small really itchy bumps on the bottom of a foot. I need to know what they are and what I can do to treat them.?
Contact allergy?: You may be allergic to one of the ingredients in your shoes. Consult an allergist or dermatologist to find out which ingredient is the problem so that you can purchase shoes without that ingredient. In the meanwhile, consider a sole insert to see it it helps. Topical hydrocortisone may be tried to control the rash but avoidance is the ultimate answer. Read more
Itchy rash. Small bumps, lines, & splotches. Has spread over 4days to everywhere but my face. Concentrated around butt/leg. Did not change lifestyle.
Got tattoo touched up on foot 4 months ago. A few weeks ago I got a few small itchy bumps under it. The itching stopped but there is 15+ bumps. Help?
One my foot I have this small patch of extremely itchy bumps that are white looking at first but then have turned red and bigger. Any idea what it is?
Multiple causes: This can be a number of skin diseases. Given the location and description the two most likely condition is eczema. Fungus and psoriasis are other possibilities. It would be helpful to have it evaluated by a dermatologist because the treatment of these conditions are different. Read more
I have develped a skin rash on the outer edge of my right foot. There are small reddish itchy bumps that dry up to leave crusty skin.
Small red bump on top of vein on arm and leg? The diameter of a vein. Also some huge white itchy bumps from mosquito bites. I'm on vacation in zagreb.
One foot has small red itchy bumps and scaly peeling skin. 2 different dermatologists diagnosed 2 different conditions. Still no relief. Help.
I have a non itchy rash/ bumps that started on my foot and became darker in color then started to heal, the bumps have spread to my stomach and arms?
I would recommend: You see a dermatologist. Without seeing the lesions it's difficult to comment. Read more
It could be...: Athlete's foot. The best otc medication (in my opinion) is lotrimin (clotrimazole) ultra. Dilute vinegar soaks are good as well. Dry the inside of your shoes by placing them up-side down over an air return vent at home overnight. If this doesn't make things better in a couple days, see a podiatrist. Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Bought slippers. Wore them once only woke with 4-5 itchy bumps on my foot. It took a week for them to start to disappear. Now I have 2 more bumps.
Bumps on foot: Could be due to contact dermititis, meaning due to a substance in the slippers you may have an allergic reaction to the material causing irritation. So best suggestion is to throw away the slippers and use slippers with natural materials and that should not cause you any skin irritations hopefully. Read more
I have these Hard red, itchy bumps on my leg and also a part of it looks like a scar, please tell me what it is???
Bumps: It's difficult to provide an accurate diagnosis on lesions not seen. A Dermatologist may be able to evaluate this rash and provide a more accurate answer, a skin biopsy also may prove to be useful in some more difficult cases that are not immediatley apparent on a clinical diagnosis. Read more
I have lil itchy bumps on top of my right foot the itxh so bad I don't know wat they are they red I just need to know how to cure it never had them be?
Itchy toe bumps: May be eczema or fungus. Could try desitin (zinc oxide diaper cream) or OTC antifungal like tinactin Could also be bacterial infection so try the bacitracin on top of tinactin For eczema use steroids. A great product is lotrisone a steroid and antifungal, but need prescription. F/u with doc urgent care. Read more
Itchy bumps have appeared on the top of my foot and they burn and itch. What are they, how can I treat them?
Contact allergy: To shoe material with chromate being a likely allergen. Do you have the same problem with non-leather shoes (takes at least a week to tell)? Consult a dermatologist or allergist. In the meanwhile try wearing non-leather shoes or a thick sock with leather shoes. Apply topical hydrocortisone cream. If problem persists, see derm or allergist. Read more