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I Have Tiny Red Dots On My Skin
I have som tiny red dots on my skin every where of my body and the number of them is growin, they are smaller than 1 mm, what are these?
Hi I went tanning in a bed a couple times and I have multiple tiny red dots underneath my skin on my stomach what is this? It doesn't itch or hurt.
Sounds like Angiomas: What you are describing sounds like a benign condition. The tiny red dots commonly come out after sun exposure, but slowly over time in most persons. Because you subjected your skin to the intense UV of a tanning bed, your skin has likely accelerated this process. This will continue at a rapid pace if you continue tanning beds. That said, you should get the red dots checked out to be sure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My 3 yo got a bug bite a week ago. All that's left is two small red dots flush to the skin. Should i be concerned? No redness around them.
Bug Bites: Although bug bites can be dramatic and even hurt when you get bit, most heal well as you describe. You have looked for all the concerns that would signal an infection, like surrounding redness or swelling. It appears that this is healing well and it may take some time for the small red dots to completely resolve. ...Read more
I have been getting a sting on my skin the a small pencil eraser bump appears with a red dot in the middle. Few minutes later the red dot goes away leaving the redness. They come one at a time but I get up to 50 a day.they eventually fade. Any idea?
Rash: You probably have urticariaGet a more detailed answer ›
Since a few months I have small red dots on my skin and lots of tiny red veins appeared. Now since a few days itching with no rash all over feet/body?
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