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Little Red Blood Spots On Skin
Would heat stroke cause red non itching spots on skin as an after effect? Possibly burst blood vessels?
Tiny blood spots on skin (about the size of a pin head or smaller, on face above lip). What are they, why are they here & how do I get rid of them?
Dermatographism: Dermatographism means the ability to write on the skin. People with this form of chronic urticaria are sensitive to touch and pressure, as well as scratching. The areas of skin that are touched or scratched get a raised, red and itchy rash. While many people with chronic urticaria have some features of dermatographism, people with true dermatographism have pressure as the only trigger. Read more
Don't know.: There are a # of possible causes. The best way to get an accurate diagnosis would be dermatological evaluation. Read more
Tiny red spots on skin. Kinda look like tiny cuts and maybe bleeding under the skin. What could this be? .
Petechiae?: This sounds like petechiae, which actually is small volume bleeding just under the skin. This should be examined by a provider- petechiae have several causes but can be present with platelet disorders, that can affect blood clotting. Occasionally severe infections can cause petechiae, but most people at that stage wouldn't be on healthtap- they'd be in the icu! Read more
Noticed red spots on skin around eye. I don't feel any pain or itchiness. How can I get rid of it?
Red spots: Please make an appointment to see an eye doctor as early as possible! Read more
I gave oral sex to a man without condom but he didn't eyaculate. 3 days after I got fever, headache, cough and some red spots on skin. Can it be hiv?
Unlikely: Symptoms are too soon. You might have a different STD like GC. Avoid risky sexual, practices and follow up with your doctor to help with a diagnosis. All the best. Read more
What can I do?, medical problem, irritated eyes, nosebleed, pain in lower back, extremely itchy, red spots on skin.?
Need exam: Those are a lot of often unrelated and fairly non-specific symptoms. You're going to need an exam by your primary care physician. Read more