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Painful Red Bumps On Head
I have red bumps on my head and face where hair grows. They get infected and open up and scab over. Very painful and aggravating. ?
Red bumps is a symptom in which a person has a rash of raised spots on the skin, and the spots are redder than the normal skin. Redness is usually caused by increased blood (red colored) in the reddened area. Increased blood flow can be due to allergies, infection, hormonal changes, ...Read more
I have a rash on one armpit, its little red bumps with heads and there is one bump that is very swollen even under the skin. It is painful and itchy?
This Is The Pits...: You may have the beginnings of an infection in that area. If it gets too advanced it could become a real problem that's hard to get rid of and at that point it would be called :hidradenitis suppuritiva" which means a recalcitrant infection of the armpit(s). Best to get it looked at and treated right away. It's not likely to go away on its own and that big lump is a sign of that. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depersonalization, headaches, mental fatigue and hard small red painful bump on back of head after smoking marijuana once, what could this all be?
?Lyme work-up: A painful bump that is red could well be a target lesion from a tic bite. If you live in an area of the country where lyme disease is endemic, you may want to pursue formal evaluation (blood test) to determine your lyme titer. Lyme can be accompanied by the other symptoms described. Rocky mountain spotted fever, recluse spider bite, abscess and even closed head injury would be other possibilities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
At a month old baby developed 2 red bumps on head. Ped called them strawberry marks. 8 mos later still has the bumps. Dr says its ok? Should I get 2nd
Maybe: Your pediatrician is likely right, but when it comes to your child's health there is nothing wrong with getting a second opinion. Sometimes we can benefit from getting things explained in a different way. ...Read more
Red bumps on head of penis kind of hurt but they are not herpes. Was tested in could not figure out what it was. Help?
Inverse Psoriasis?: I recently have biopsied a patient who i thought had herpes (he was hsv2 +), however the biopsy came back as psoriasis- it's rare on the penis, but it happens. Other possibilities include a drug eruption, yeast infection/candidiasis, zoon's balanitis or hpv (genital warts). Have a dermatologist or urologist evaluate the area- a biopsy may be necessary. ...Read more
I just bumped my head against somebody else's head. Now I have a whole bunch of red bumps. What can this be?
Petechia: This could be broken blood vessels from the trauma of the injury. ...Read more
Slightly red bumps underskin on face. Never had before comes up and goes away. No head on them. What is this?
Balanitis: Balanitis is an inflammation of the glans penis (head). Posthiitis involes the foerskin. It is most often due to a fungus and is treated with topical antifungal creams. Ask you pharmacist . If no improvement, see a urologist. If painful or involving blisters that rupture, it could also be herpes! ...Read more
Have been bitten by something a few places on my head. Not sure what is they have left red bumps about 2cm across. black in middle.. What is it?
Wrong question: You assume you were "bitten". Did you capture something in the act? If you did you could identify it. You have sores on your scalp. Best see a dermatologist for diagnosis with treatment accordingly. Be sure of 1 thing: it has nothing to do with spiders. ...Read more
Had red bumps(they don't usually have a head) on my face that come off & on for the past few years. Is there anything I could do to make it go away?
Well 1st things 1st: Red bumps could describe at least 20 different common problems so without a picture and some additional detail about the bumps and events surrounding their appearance, I can't give you a useful answer. So this is what I suggest, if you have them now, take a picture and call HealthTap prime. Or see your primary care doctor. Then after you have a diagnosis, a treatment can be recommended. Be well! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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