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Raised Red Dots On Torso Or Face
Red pin size dots showing up on my torso and legs. Not raised, don't itch/hurt. Other moles have been looking strange and need checked. Poss related?
Cherry angiomas: These benign skin lesions are called 'cherry angiomas' . These red spots are associated with pregnancy, 'hormones', aging and liver disease. See your physician/dermatologist for confirmation because sometimes a melanoma can present with various shades of red-black. Any 'strange moles' need double-check ('the ugly duckling sign'), but may not be related. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have small red raised bumps on my inner wrists, upper torso that are extremely itchy. They get worse at night and bleed when I scratch. What's this?
I've got red, raised itchy bumps only on my torso. Bug bite? Any idea what it could be? Ants? Spiders? Or a disease like measles? No pain though.
Hello I developed raised red spots that look like guttate psoriasis around my torso after taking prednisone 1 year ago could u help please?
Small circular raised mole appeared overnight. Surrounding skin is red w pinprick petechiae. Small petechiae over torso and arms for week come and go?
See a doctor: This needs to be examined in order to even begin to speculate as to what this is. Show this to a doctor and perhaps to a dermatologist. ...Read more
I developed a rash of thin red lines over my torso and back and lower back over night two days ago. My hands have small raised bumps that can sting
Rash: Rashes are hard to diagnose sometimes when you are looking at them. Impossible to diagnose without even seeing them. You need to see your doctor. ...Read more
My daughter has nickel sized red raised spots on her torso forearm legs and fingers. What is this? They itch her like crazy. Nobody else in the house
Have lupus. Getting very itchy raised red pores (far apart) on arm, legs, torso. Getting lots of bruising around them. Not sure if from itchy.Cause?
Possible: If you have SLE ( systemic lupus erythematosus) then you must know that SLE can affect many different organs and very feequently the skin. The rash of SLE is photosensitive and typically describe as "butterfly rash" on your face, but SLE is known for many other dermatologic manifestations. You should ask your rheumatologist and if in doubt dermatologis can help sometimes with a skin biopsy. ...Read more