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2 red spots, 1 on each fore arm, not itchy, painless, clears when the skin is pulled/stretched, not pimple like, dry, flat, slightly raised, HIV rash?

2 red spots, 1 on each fore arm, not itchy, painless, clears when the skin is pulled/stretched, not pimple like, dry, flat, slightly raised, HIV rash?

Red Spots: Heat, fungus, parasites, bacteria and virus can cause red blotches to appear on your arm. Rosacea, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, eczema and shingles can cause large red patches of skin to appear and become itchy and uncomfortable, hives, cellulitis and insect bites can create red splotches of skin that become irritated. See your doctor for a diagnosis. ...Read more

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Help please! skin around biopsy is raised red itchy?

Help please! skin around biopsy is raised red itchy?

Could be allergy: If you're using an antibiotic, like neosporin or others, it could be causing an allergic reaction at the site. I've seen this happen fairly often. A yeast infection of the wound area is another reason why a biopsy site could be red and itchy. ...Read more

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My daughter has red dots in a cluster on her back that aren't itchy or raised up. What could it be and what should she do?

My daughter has red dots in a cluster on her back that aren't itchy or raised up. What could it be and what should she do?

Red dots: Without a picture i can only guess that your daughter may have a condition known as granuloma annulare, the cause of which is unknown. Treatment is not necessary as the rash will disappear OM its own. ...Read more

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What could a red raised itchy patch of skin on the back of the neck be?

What could a red raised itchy patch of skin on the back of the neck be?

PSORIASIS,: Eczema or a fungal/bacterial dermatitis. It is important to have a doctor look at it, as the appearance and history of how it developed matters quite a bit in order to make a diagnosis and treat it for you. ...Read more

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Sudden red spot on my back, skin is raised but not itchy?

Sudden red spot on my back, skin is raised but not itchy?

See a dermatologist: Dermatology, or the examination of skin is predominantly visual. There are many diagnoses that can be a red mark on the skin. Often times if it is not clear clinically the dermatologist will take a biopsy to aid in the diagnosis. Therefore, it is important to have that lesion examined. ...Read more

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I have a round red patch on my forehead whis is slightly raised and the skin flakes off its also itchy sometimes. Tried daktacort but not worked. ?

See dermatologist: You will need to be clinically examined. It could be fungal infection/dermatomycosis like ringworm or could be psoriasis or other skin problem. They can have the same symptoms-however different in clinical presentation. Steroids would help psoriasis but steroids will make ring worm worse. You need to be seen and evaluated by your doctor or dermatologist ...Read more

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I have itchy skin that red and raised when i itch it. It comes in splotches sometimes. My dad had excema. Is this related?

I have itchy skin that red and raised when i itch it. It comes in splotches sometimes. My dad had excema. Is this related?

DERMATITIS: Try the cream of your dad and if it helps it can be eczema. It is not contagious skin disorder but itchy and cured by moisturizer and steroid cream. ...Read more

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Small red slightly raised circular bumps on my feet. It's not itchy and I assume some sort of bug bite. I was in a swampy area and this skin exposed.

No treatment: If the rash is asymptomatic except that it is there, you really don't need to treat it. Thee are many things that come to mind after wading around in a swampy area - something obviously irritated the skin. However, if it's not bothering you (no itch, burn, etc), no need to put anything on it. Just monitor and see what happens over the next week. If other question, please let us know.... ...Read more

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