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Itchy White Spots On The Skin
The skin around my vaginal enterance is dry, white and cracked. ITs very itchy and sore and there is little white spots. what could this be?
Little white spots have just poped up under my skin on my arms and legs not itchy and don't hurt ?
Hypomelanosis: If they are very small and very white, it is probably idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis - a scary name, but it literally means "little white spots of unknown cause." the good news is that it's harmless; the bad news is that there is no reliable treatment. If you think it might be something else, let a dermatologist look at it in person. ...Read more
White itchy spots: See your general dentist or an oral surgeon for a definitive diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
I have itchy white spots on the tip of my tounge. They come and go about once a week to every 2 weeks. What is wrong with my tounge? I have pictures
Pruritis: Could be several things. Commonly fungus ( jock itch) would be helped by diaper cream. Also possible allergy based so Benadryl could alleviate the itching. Other causes, such as neuropathic itching from spinal nerve impingement requires examination. Either way if if doesn't get better or worsens, have an exam to fully elucidate the diagnosis, then treatment will be more specific. ...Read more
Hi I have two small white spots by my bottom, they are a little bit itchy and hard. But they won't pop! what are they?
Could be: They could be cysts or molluscum lesions. Please see your dermatologist for evaluation and to discuss treatment options. ...Read more
As above : To be safe my advise is see u pcp for evaluation. ...Read more
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