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Itchy Small Bumps On My Big Toe
I have a reoccurring itchy rash/red bumps, not in the same spots. Started on back, then gone quickly. 3 months later to foot, then gone. Then arm, and gone. Now knee, almost gone. What could it be?
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
Hi doc, had unprotected oral and got pain on big toe on my left leg and itchy rash on my elbows and non itchy red rash on chest. Then got ulcer on lower lip and skin on mouth roof started peeling off. Burning tongue sensation and lumps on mouth roof. Imme
Sore throat small patches of bumpy. And itchy rash on elbo top of foot and knee pus pockets in throat? No runny nose or caugh. What could it be?
Doctor can check: New throat pain can be from a strep throat infection (antibiotics are needed), a cold or influenza (antibiotics usually not used), or from some other cause such as allergies or irritants. Usually, a person sees the doctor if the sore throat is bothersome, recurrent or doesn't go away quickly (mainly to check for strep throat). Strep throat can occur with a rash, but some viruses also cause rashes. ...Read more
I have a few small, slightly raised bumps on the side and bottom of my big toe. They're not itchy or irritated, and I've had them for a couple of days?
I have an unknown itchy rash with blisters under my left foot s toes the dr says its not fungal and they arent sure what it is can you help me ?
Blisters could be : Drained by the doctor and dried out. Sometimes, if not fungal topical steroids are tried. Did the doctor offer you any treatment? If no response to above, a biopsy could always be considered. There are times that vesicular rashes could be caused by virus as well like a shingles on the foot. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What would cause a red itchy rash on top of foot above toes looks like sunburn, itchy, slightly tender occurred after onset of third day of period?
I dont think the: Period has anything to do with it. Looks like a sunburn ? Any chance it actually is one? From your description simple possibility = rash, worst case = infection. Either way see the foot doc who will know immediately when seeing it. You can try warm compresses and a topical steroid but if no improvement see the doctor. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers