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I have red itchy spots on my arms, back, neck, stomach and chest. Some of them look like a mosquito bite.

I have red itchy spots on my arms, back, neck, stomach and chest. Some of them look like a mosquito bite.

Red itchy spots: Assuming recent onset a biting insect may well be responsible, more history information and a visual assessment would help in diagnosis and treatment ...Read more

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I have extremely itchy abdominal area mostly chest and back.Its been 3weeks now and getting worse, have small red spots around the area.Ththanks?

I have extremely itchy abdominal area mostly chest and back.Its been 3weeks now and getting worse, have small red spots around the area.Ththanks?

Hives: Hives can cause red itchy spots. Treatment consists of antihistamines and avoidance of the cause which could be from a variety of problems including infection, allergy, hormonal issues, autoimmune problems, etc. I recommend seeing an allergist. ...Read more

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My skin (only legs/back/chest/stomach, neck)has been itchy for two weeks.House is free of bugs.No obvious redness unless I scratch. Ideas?

My skin (only legs/back/chest/stomach, neck)has been itchy for two weeks.House is free of bugs.No obvious redness unless I scratch. Ideas?

Contact dermatitis?: Have you changed laundry detergents or fabric softeners recently? You are describing the itching in areas that are in close contact with your clothes so that would be my first thought. Weather changes, dry skin, harsh soaps can also cause dry itchy skin. If you notice any red bumps or areas of irritation, see your doctor to ensure not scabies or other bites... ...Read more

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What is wrong with my skin? Red, dry, itchy spots on my chest that seem to be spreading. Help!

What is wrong with my skin? Red, dry, itchy spots on my chest that seem to be spreading. Help!

No way to know?: Rashes are difficult at best when seen by the doctor. One would need more information and a look to know how to give you a diagnosis. Contagious? Infection? Fungal? Parasitic (scabies and such)? Contact dermatitis (poison ivy/oak)? Systemic disease with rash (lupus and other)? Syphilis? Eczema? Allergic reaction? The story goes on and on. I am so sorry i cannot help you! get seen. ...Read more

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Red, small and itchy spots have appeared on my back and chest from the sun, how do I get rid of this?

Red, small and itchy spots have appeared on my back and chest from the sun, how do I get rid of this?

As above : Every thing under the sun even the sun it self may cause allergy, u can try Hydrocortisone cream and if no improvement , try to see u pcp. ...Read more

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Red spots over chest (came up yesterday, could it be where I shaved my chest) not itchy. They don't have heads. ?

Red spots over chest (came up yesterday, could it be where I shaved my chest) not itchy. They don't have heads. ?

Shaving: It is possible that the red spots are from the shaving. When you shave an area it sometimes irritates the hair follicles and they can appear as red areas. This is especially likely to happen in an area that is not shaved regularly. ...Read more

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Itchy microscopic red spots on chest. No bumps or anything raised, just spots in a patch. Itchy and burning.

Itchy microscopic red spots on chest. No bumps or anything raised, just spots in a patch. Itchy and burning.

Rash: This mild, itchy eruption may be an allergic reaction to jewelry,clothing ,cosmetics,or perfumes. Apply a cortisone type cream. It no improvement see a dermatologist. ...Read more

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Rash on chest not itchy or painful. Red, generally more round but not perfectly round, spots seem to by "dry" skin. Skin can be scratched off.?

Rash on chest not itchy or painful. Red, generally more round but not perfectly round, spots seem to by "dry" skin. Skin can be scratched off.?

Pityriasis rosea?: This is just a good guess. Could be other things. But if it's pr it will resolve on its own. However it could be other entities i would hate to scare you with here. Suggest a derm eval. ...Read more