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Why do I have red dots all over body not itchy?

Why do I have red dots all over body not itchy?

Uncertain: There are a # of possible causes. The best way to get an accurate diagnosis would be dermatological evaluation. Read more

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Tiny red dots all over my body. Not itchy but I don't like their apperiance. What are they?

Med eval: This is one that would do best with visualization of the lesions. Recommend seeing your family doctor or a dermatologist. Read more

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I hv an allergic reaction then I got red dots all over my body and face but they r not itchy. What is it?

I hv an allergic reaction then I got red dots all over my body and face but they r not itchy. What is it?

? Drug reaction: See a dermatologist to see if you have a drug reaction to any of the medications you are on. It is also possible you have something else and might need to have a skin biopsy. Read more

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Body aches, back sore internally, stomach/chest pain keeping me up at night. Red dots all over not itchy but constant pain all over. What could it be?

Body aches, back sore internally, stomach/chest pain keeping me up at night. Red dots all over not itchy but constant pain all over. What could it be?

Cannot diagnose: But this sounds as if you should be seen by a doctor, examined and diagnosed and managed based upon what may be going on. This could be an acute viral illness, a tick-borne disease, or one of a dozen other diagnoses. You should be seen sooner than later. Good luck and hope this clears up quickly. Read more

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Hi, my wife has had red dots on her upper body for the last week. Some of them are occasionally itchy. What can it be? How should we treat it?

Hi, my wife has had red dots on her upper body for the last week. Some of them are occasionally itchy. What can it be? How should we treat it?

Red Dots on Chest: Certain environmental factors can cause red bumps to appear on your upper chest. Contact dermatitis can cause a variety of skin reactions, including small raised patches of reddish skin. Medline plus warns that things that touch your skin, such as chemicals, latex, rubber, cosmetics, soaps and dyes, can cause this type of rash. Considering what items contacted your chest skin can help. Read more

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I broke out 24 hours ago with a huge rash almost all over my body, and it's still there and itchy Its red and bumpy but not in tiny dots.

I broke out 24 hours ago with a huge rash almost all over my body, and it's still there and itchy Its red and bumpy but not in tiny dots.

Total body rash: New medicine or food? Could be allergic reaction, or contact dermatitis (allergy to something you touched usually that is not whole body or), bite reactions beg bugs. scabies, or pityrasis (roasea or versicolor) or strep can cause rash (less likely to be itchy) or viral infection- mononucleosis, parvovirus, variant of chicken pox but you should have been vaccinated. F/u w/ doc today. Read more

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I've seem to been having an allergic reaction I think cuz im starting to get itchy everywhere and there's red dots all around my chest an down my body?

I've seem to been having an allergic reaction I think cuz im starting to get itchy everywhere and there's red dots all around my chest an down my body?

Hard to tell: There are many causes for an itchy rash including viral infection, drug reaction etc. If you have chest pain from it, be sure to see your doctor ASAP. If from a viral cause then one would expect this to subside in another week or two. Read more

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Have heartburn/tight chest & full body rash (itchy, little red dots, irritating behind ear)- flu shot given 5 days ago, s/s started 1 day later.?

Have heartburn/tight chest & full body rash (itchy, little red dots, irritating behind ear)- flu shot given 5 days ago, s/s started 1 day later.?

Viral exanthem: This could be a viral rash, but you can't discount other possible causes exanthems can be caused by toxins or drugs, microorganisms, or can result from autoimmune disease. It could be related to the flu shot, but not necessarily. A visit to the medical doctor could be warranted here. Read more

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? legs covered in itchy red dots all of a sudden, got home and had a 101.5 fever with body shivers that made me jump. Back to 97.5 but?

ITCHY RED DOTS++++: DO YOU TAKE ANY MEDICATIONS? SUGGESTION: SEE YOUR PCP SOONEST! IT MIGHT BE SOME TYPE OF INFECTION. . . Read more

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Small red dot rash, itchy, dry skin on top all over body! Nothing on palms of hands or soles of feet? What is it? Help!

Small red dot rash, itchy, dry skin on top all over body! Nothing on palms of hands or soles of feet? What is it? Help!

Need an exam: Rash would need an exam. But can be viral if red small dot on the palms or soles, but hard to tell from your description. Have a doc take a look. Read more

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Since last month I have felt itchiness the whole body. I tried anti-histamine drugs but it can't cure, just symptomatic. It does not have apparently no rush, redness at the time of itching. Plz give me an advice.

Since last month I have felt itchiness the whole body. I tried anti-histamine drugs but it can't cure, just symptomatic. It does not have apparently no rush, redness at the time of itching. Plz give me an advice.

PRURITUS: PRURITUS can be difficult to evaluate. You must rule out allergens in home and work environment as week as food triggers. Remember " ALLERGIES DEVELOP OVER TIME AND EXPOSURE" you must keep a diary to assist you, while you are documenting potential triggers, you should be on a H1 blocker Zyrtec 10mg/ H2 blocker Zantac 300mg/ leukotrine inhibitor Singulair (montelukast) 10mg. After labs and allergy testing Read more

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What could possibly causing itchy/tingling/crawling skin sensation all over the body? No rash, redness, or dryness.

What could possibly causing itchy/tingling/crawling skin sensation all over the body? No rash, redness, or dryness.

Different causes: Generalized skin sensations like those may be seen with anxiety, diabetes, thyroid disease, deficiency of calcium, magnesium, electrolytes, vit b 12, toxic agents, prickly heat, intolerance of certain clothing material, etc. If symptoms persist, a neurologist is best qualified to evaluate, advise and order any appropriate tests. Read more