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Recurring Bumps On Skin
I keep getting bumps at the back of my head. It comes and goes. What can I do to stop or limit the reoccurrence.
Bumps on Head: This could be a localized eczema or a contact dermatitis. Do you have long, oily hair? Where exactly are the bumps? Scalp? Neck? Sometimes a new shampoo isn't tolerated well. Or it could be a localized infection from mites, or a fungus. Try a more gentle shampoo but if it doesn't clear, consult with a dermatologist. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi there what is the best remedy for skin rashes? It reccur every now and then, it will dry for a while after a few days there will b a tiny bump.
30 yr old fm, painful cyst type bumps under skin in crease between vag & inner thigh , skin turns dark..Should i see a doctor? Reoccurring problem
Bartholin's cyst?: Sounds like you might have a bartholin's cyst. These are extremely common and if they become painful need to be see by your doctor. ...Read more
Reoccurring bump with no head on my lip line. It doesn't hurt but when I pop it a small amount of clear fluid comes out. Ingrown hair or herpes?
It would be very: unusual for a woman to have an ingrown hair on her lip line. A recurring bump on the lip line sounds more like Herpes Type I, the type that usually affects only the area around the mouth. I don't recommend popping it, It doesn't make it go away sooner and your fingers could be a source of spread to other parts of your body or to someone else. Hope this helps? ...Read more
Reoccurring red itchy skin in pubic area. No visual sign of lice, tiny bumps sometimes raise. Not in genitals?
More details?: The opening at the top of the baby's head is called a fontanelle. It usually gradually closes by the end of the first year to 15 months. If you are palpating a swelling in that area, the baby needs to be checked. An ultrasound may be performed through that opening. If the baby fell, and there is a swelling, the baby will need to be further assessed as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have it evaluated.: Bumps under the skin could be as a result of different reasons of which could include an ingrown hair, acne, infection, abscess, or an allergic reaction to various things like detergents or soaps or to medications. Have it evaluated by your physician to get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Bumps under the skin could be as a result of different reasons of which could include an ingrown hair, acne, infection, abscess, or an allergic reaction to various things like detergents or soaps or to medications. Have it evaluated by your physician to get the appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Maybe an allergy: Have your doctor take a look to see what the diagnosis is and what treatment can help you get rid of it. People get bumps when they are cold or nervous or have skin problems such as eczema or many other rashes. Tell your doctor if they itch when they came up and what exposures you have had. ...Read more
Multiple causes: Bumps on the skin that itch is a non-specific rash that suggests allergy. The bumps may be large and evanescent (come and go within 24 hours) more characteristic of hives and respond to antihistamines. The bumps can also be tiny and remain in select areas such as the hands or creases of our arms or legs for a longer period of time characteristic of eczema or a contact allergy. ...Read more