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What causes an itchy rash with little bumps on top of my feet and redness on lower legs? Also bumps are not itching anymore, now they are dry bumps.

What causes an itchy rash with little bumps on top of my feet and redness on lower legs? Also bumps are not itching anymore, now they are dry bumps.

Allergic reaction: Usually rashes on the top of your feet are casued by some type of allergic reaction or contact dermatits. With your lower legs involved I would rule out edema/swelling as an issue as well. Your socks or shoes could be creating the rash on your feet more so if they got wet while wearing them or if you have changed soaps or detergents. If the rash persists or returns get examined by a doctor.

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Itchy rash on entire body excluding back and stomach. Hands, feet, cheeks have bumps. Comes and goes. Has had it about a week now.

Itchy rash on entire body excluding back and stomach. Hands, feet, cheeks have bumps. Comes and goes. Has had it about a week now.

Hives: A recurrent rash that comes and goes within 24hrs is hives. Try an OTC antihistamine to manage symptoms. It's likely to go away on its own but see if you can link it to possible allergic causes such as new meds or foods like milk, eggs wheat, soy, nuts and sea foods. Viral infections are also a likely and transient cause.

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What is a white itchy rash on my feet?

What is a white itchy rash on my feet?

Athlete's foot?: The commonest diagnosis is that of athletes foot. See your pcp and if he or she gives you the same diagnosis then you can treat with an antifungal like lotrimin (clotrimazole).

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I have an itchy rash on my feet that doesn't go away. Should I see a dermotologist or podiatrist?

I have an itchy rash on my feet that doesn't go away. Should I see a dermotologist or podiatrist?

Either will do: Dermatologists specialize in skin disorders, while podiatrists are specialists in foot disorders, including skin conditions.

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What can I do about an itchy rash on the tops of my feet and not between my toes?

What can I do about an itchy rash on the tops of my feet and not between my toes?

Hydrocortisone cream: May be helpful but if persists see dermatologist or podiatrist. Could be a a contact or heat induced dermatititis.

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Very itchy small bumps on left side of penis that scabbed over in 5 days is this an early symptom of HIV?

Very itchy small bumps on left side of penis that scabbed over in 5 days is this an early symptom of HIV?

No!!: Herpes simplex! Very common! Easily transmitted when you have the blisters! Reoccurs frequently, but these can be controlled to a great extent with medication

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Small itchy red bumps on my feet and ankles. What is this?

Small itchy red bumps on my feet and ankles. What is this?

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.

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I have small raised bumps on my feet that are very itchy (especially at night) but not red or inflamed-also some (less) around the knees. Suggestions?

I have small raised bumps on my feet that are very itchy (especially at night) but not red or inflamed-also some (less) around the knees. Suggestions?

Acute athlete's foot: The first thing that comes to mind is that this is one of the presentations of acute athlete's foot. Use drying soaks (epsom salts or dilute vinegar) and a topical antifungal... I prefer patients use lotrimin ultra or Lamisil (terbinafine) cream. You can use certain-dry pads or solutions to decrease perspiration. If this doesn't work, see a podiatrist and be sure to inform them of what you have tried already.

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I have small red bumps on my feet (80%), and some on my hands, belly, back or legs. They are itchy at first, then they hurt and then dry out.

I have small red bumps on my feet (80%), and some on my hands, belly, back or legs. They are itchy at first, then they hurt and then dry out.

Dermatologist: I recommend that you consult a dermatologist for diagnosis and treatment. This could be a problem of insect bites such as bed bugs, etc and it would be important to have a specialist diagnose the condition as soon as possible so that whatever treatment you need, even if it's not an insect problem, can be started without much delay.

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For two months I have had small white bumps on top of my feet that aren't itchy and the skin flakes when scratched. Occasionally a few are red.

For two months I have had small white bumps on top of my feet that aren't itchy and the skin flakes when scratched. Occasionally a few are red.

See a dermatologist: It is difficult to make a proper diagnosis since I am not there to see the condition. I recommend seeing a dermatologist so that they can make a proper diagnosis and give you something to get rid of the condition or relieve symptoms.

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What are these small little bumps in between my fingers and on my feet and arms there really itchy?

What are these small little bumps in between my fingers and on my feet and arms there really itchy?

Dermatitis or fungal: It could possible be dermatitis or skin reaction with fungal component. You should check with your local dermatologist if the condition persist for 2 wks or more.

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I have small bumps on my hands. Not itchy at all. There are two on my feet and they look like they are infected and red. Worried?

I have small bumps on my hands. Not itchy at all. There are two on my feet and they look like they are infected and red. Worried?

Needs to be seen: A rash on the hands could be the sign of something serious -but a full history and examination is necessary to determine that. If you had a photo you could show us on Health Tap, that would help tremendously. Also whether that was the palms or the back of the hands would help narrow down some of the possibilities. Question is if you have other significant symptoms like headache, fevers/chills, etc