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Line Of Red Bumps Itchy
More information: You don't mention where the rash is or how long its been there. Many questions about skin benefit from a doctor being able to see it - so a trip to your primary doctor, urgent care, or dermatologist is in order. The possibilities range from poison ivy to scabies to contact dermatitis to eczema... and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Please follow up in person. ...Read more
I was recently bitten by an ant and about three to four days later, a line of red, itchy bumps developed on my foot. What could it be?
My son is 22 months and he has a non-itchy red rash line starting from the neck to the tip of his jaw line. Like a line of red bumps. What is it?
Need to see it: Hard to tell without seeing it. Could be molluscum or lichen striatus (both non dangerous conditions) have your pediatrician look at it and perhaps a dermatologist. Sounds like its in the "not to worry" category but should be looked at. ...Read more
Rash: The accurate diagnosis of a rash requires a physical exam. It is recommended that your see a primary care provider for a physical examination. ...Read more
Ok: May be due to increase in blood flow. ...Read more
I have red bumps all across my butt, some small while other are quit big. They are only itchy at night?
Dermatitis: May be inflammatory due to friction or fungal. Tey OTC cortisone cream for 2-3 days and if not improved get examined. ...Read more
My boyfriend and I have been itchy. He's been itchy for the last few months & me within the last week. There are little red bumps & I have found littl?
Have it evaluated: There are many types and causes of skin rashes. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Hard to say maybe: From the fabric of your clothes, soap or detergent, . .. Occasionally it can be from a mild inflammation of the hair follicles in that area... Try using a mild soap like dove (white). Detergent like all free clear. Trying yourself well after you bathe. .. And maybe some over-the-counter cortisone cream. If these things don't help let your doctor take a look. Good luck. ...Read more
Everytime?: Some people develop hives after a hot shower and sometimes it can happen after swimming too, called cholinergic urticaria. Another hematological disease called polycythemia vera can also cause it. Take a picture of the rash and show it to your doctor. Try taking taking an oral antihistamine 30 minutes before showering and see if it helps. You could also be reacting to the soap if it is new. ...Read more
I would suggest that you examine the mattress for any bed bugs. Not being insulting, we shed skin all the time and spend 8 hours a day in bed this shed skin is a cause for bed mites etc. You can wrap the mattress in a bag that prevents this, pillows as well
I think the bed is the culprit because you don't complain of this during the day ...Read more
Inflammed papillae: Most likely taste bud or papillae on your tounge have bcome inflammed due to a prior burn, cut, viral infection, or bacterial infection. Inflamed papillae are very common symptom and not one that should cause overwhelming concern. If you have a high fever and other symptoms of infection then you should contact your doctor. Cold viruses, flu viruses, hpv, herpes viruses can cause this symptom. ...Read more
Allergic response: Dermatographia is a reaction of the skin when it is rubbed and suggests an allergic state. Hives are itchy red bumps that last a day or so and break out in different areas. An allergy to something is suspected. Claritin (loratadine) or benadryl (causes drowsiness) may help reduced the reactions. Consult an allergist for further evaluation. ...Read more
I need more info.: What areas on your body are affected? Are the leisions raised?, etc. ...Read more
I'm getting like red bumps appearing on my skin they are quite itchy and I don't know what they are.
Urticaria: Bumps that are intensely itchy are usually an allergic reaction to something: you ate, inhaled or came in contact with. If you have itching or feel tightness in your throat or having trouble breathing, you need to go ER, otherwise, try some bendadryl (take it before bedtime and do NOT drive and operate machinery if you take this one) for tonight or claritin (loratadine) or zyrtec (all over the counter) ...Read more
My face has been flushed for a few weeks. It's been itchy and now a few lil red bumps too. What could this be? Please help
See below: You describe symptoms that can only be honestly assessed by your doctor in his or her office. Only after a thorough evauation will he/she be able to come up with what's wrong and what to do to get you better. ...Read more
I have a small red bumps which is itchy they often be gone for months and comes back and stays for a couple of days and it's so itchy.?
Red bumps: I want to know more about bump. Like its location, how does it looks like, whether its ulcerated or not. ...Read more
My beard is growing back in, and it's itchy with red bumps. Besides conditioner, is there anything I can do for the itchiness and red bumps?
Dermatologist: A dermatologist is best qualified to evaluate, advise and treat this type of skin reaction. Sometimes a course of systemic antibiotics is needed to eradicate staph bacteria which collonize your skin and may cause folliculitis. Discuss whether you're better off using an electric razor or actual shaving cream and razor blades. ...Read more
I been having a crazy itchy and red bumps in my pubic area and it is not from shaving. I try everything I could in cluing not to shave.
Must rule out:
Crab lice (contagious) or foliculitis
see your doc. ...Read more
I have a rash on my back. Area affected is small, maybe 2 inches wide. Bumps aligned in a row with a few above and below. Not itchy and red bumps.?
Hi there, I recently started having small red bumps with a white dot that expanded into larger bumps. They don't not hurt but they can be itchy and?
Any pics?: It is really difficult to comment without seeing any pics as to what these skin lesions are. They could be a fungal infection, hives, itchy bites, staph infection, shingles and the list goes on. Either upload a picture and repost your question or please see a doctor for a proper diagnosis ...Read more