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My skin has dry itchy spots what can I do?

My skin has dry itchy spots what can I do?

Eczema or psoriasis?: how it to your doc or check on the 'net. These are different and are treated differently! They can both be treated with topical medicines. See your doc and a good dermatologist if he/she is not sure! They are both treatable. ...Read more

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What are these dry not itchy spots that are spreading on me. They're very small and are spreading.

What are these dry not itchy spots that are spreading on me. They're very small and are spreading.

Dermatitis NOS: It is a dermatitis "not otherwise specified" ...See a dr. To get a more definitive diagnosis as diagnosing rashes over the computer is almost impossible. Good luck. ...Read more

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White itchy spots on skin?

White itchy spots on skin?

May be yeast: Would go to a dermatologist as may be a non dangerous yeast infection easily removed. ...Read more

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I have pinhead red itchy spots. What is it?

??: Impossible to tell without more information. Where? How long have you had them? Any allergies? Exposures? New meds or products? Other symptoms? ...Read more

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What are red round itchy spots on the skin?

What are red round itchy spots on the skin?

Possibly hives: Skin allergies may be what you are describing. If it does not resolve easily see a doctor for the diagnosis and treatment. Eczema may also be what you are dealing with as well as psoriasis. ...Read more

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Red itchy spots appearing all over body they do not hurt me when i touch them or scratch them they just itch ?

Red itchy spots appearing all over body they do not hurt me when i touch them or scratch them they just itch ?

More information: You have some sort of a hive or rash, but without more information it is impossible to say why. If it is still bothering you, see your physician. ...Read more

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My son and I have small itchy spots that are all over our bodies. Could this be from the new laundry detergent?

Yes: Certainly possible along with possibilities of other allergic responses or insect bites.Anti-itching medication or lotion such as Benadryl (diphenhydramine) or calomine may relieve symptoms.Go back to the old detergent, wait several weeks and reuse the new to prove reaction or not. ...Read more