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Remedies For Red Spots On Face Or Chest That Blanch
Red rash on stomach, chest, arms spread to neck and face. Some turned into small white bumps that look like acne. Only itch when i get warm.
Could a new skin lotion be causing my occasional red bumps on face? Small red no pus or head what is that? Do they disappear?
What causes a rash, red, blotchy, then solid red, on trunk, chest. Not itchy.Hot. No new products on skin or injested.
See Dr.: Unfortunately, rashes are almost impossible to diagnose over the computer. There are multiple causes of rashes, ranging from various allergies to diseases such as lymes, etc. The rash could be somehting simple or something associated with an other underlying condition. See a dr. To get a clinical exam, as the majority of rashes are easy to treat once properly diagnosed. Goodluck. ...Read more
What type of rash is this? It's all over my head, face and arms.
Red raised bumps. Similar to multiple pimples but red in the middle
Red like circles on the skin, trunk, elbows, arms eye lids, thighs. Not itchy or scaley. The go away after a week .Leaves white markscar?
I have skin discolorations as white spots on both forearms that appeared left after a cluster of red bumps. What condition causes skin discolotations?
Lots: See dermatologist to discuss treatment options.Get a more detailed answer ›
Itchy microscopic red spots on chest. No bumps or anything raised, just spots in a patch. Itchy and burning.
Have pin sized blood spots under my skin.(torso, arms) 2raised bigger ones on torso. What could be the cause? Bright red. Not a lot, but enough to see
Spots: Spots, skin lesions, rashes etc. are all unfortunately impossible to diagnose over the computer. It certainly sounds like you have some definite skin conditions that need evaluating, diagnosing , and treating. "Spots" can sometime be a type of Tinea Versicolor, but as stated, you need an exam. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Bacteria in pores: the pores are occluded by facial oils and create this problem ...Read more
Rashes hi, i often have rashes on back, side, abdomen and sometimes face. Those rashes on the body are followed by marks that looks like a scratch with a nail and those on a face are just red and a bit swallowed spots. Rashes are very occasional. One doct
You : You should visit your primary care provider or an allergist to have allergy skin or blood testing done. In the meantime try benadryl, (diphenhydramine) if that works then you can be more confident that it is allergy related. Also consider new lotions, detergents or soaps that you may be using. Best of luck. ...Read more
Dermatology or pediatrition only please. 5 wk old baby redness and small tiny bumps on face and a little on neck. Acne? What else? Treatment?
Inadequate info: Your description is very vague. Skin diagnosis really needs a good examination. See your pcp or dermatologist. ...Read more
Flat red rash on arms legs, face and neck. It is splotchie and does not itch.No medication changes. I have Crohn's disease.
Bra rash is super itchy, red, stings to the touch, raised \u0026 inflamed. Days after still red now with bumps with black dots? What are these black dots?
Your initial: Description sounds like an inflammation of skin hair follicles or a friction rash or, infrequently a contact type dermatitis (doubt), the fact that it stings suggests that there is some superficial skin breakdown. If the black "dots" brush or wash off easily and you wore a black bra it is just fibers from the bra. Wouldn't know what else would cause that without seeing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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