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Tiny skin colored bumps and dry skin on the head of penis its been there for 5 months but no pain at all?

Tiny skin colored bumps and dry skin on the head of penis its been there for 5 months but no pain at all?

Lesion: Dry skin on your penis could be just that, but unlikely to be there for 5 months. Certain genital lesions could cause this, skin cancer or other skin problems. After 5 months probably time to get this checked. ...Read more

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Skin Bumps (Definition)

Skin is the outermost layer of tissue covering the body. A bump is an area of ...Read more


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What does it mean if I have these small white and skin colored bumps?

What does it mean if I have these small white and skin colored bumps?

SKIN COLORED BUMPS: WHERE ARE THEY LOCATED?
HOW LONG HAS IT BEEN GOING ON?
DO THEY ITCH?
DO THEY HURT?
DO THEY BURN?
SEE YOUR DERMATOLOGIST ...Read more

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I got small group of skin colored bumps in my pube region. No pain, no itch. But a week ago I didn't have them. I shaved, now I do help me please?

I got small group of skin colored bumps in my pube region. No pain, no itch. But a week ago I didn't have them. I shaved, now I do help me please?

See a doctor: There are several causes of painless flesh colored lesions in the genital area. You'll need an examination to diagnose and treat this. Be well. ...Read more

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Skin colored bumps on forearms that are not goosebumps, what is this?

At minimum: These lesions would need to be visualized to make an accurate diagnosis. ...Read more

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My daughter has skin colored bumps on her back. Is this normal?

My daughter has skin colored bumps on her back. Is this normal?

Not normal: While bumpy lesions on the back are definitely not "normal" they may or may not represent something serious. In order to tell if this is something to worry about your pediatrician will need to take a look. ...Read more

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What could cause skin colored bumps that itch all over my body at night?

What could cause skin colored bumps that itch all over my body at night?

Hives?: If they only come out at night they can be hives. I assume you have no rash during the day.

See your doctor about it and ultimately, if they do not resolve consult an allergist to determine your triggers. ...Read more

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I have skin colored bumps that don't pop or go away and are starting to spread. I believe they're from excess sebum? What should I do?

I have skin colored bumps that don't pop or go away and are starting to spread. I believe they're from excess sebum? What should I do?

Not sure: You need to give a better description of the location of these lesions before I can make a guess as to what they are ...Read more

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In the last few days I have been getting random tiny skin colored bumps that itch like crazy! After I itch them there's a tiny little red dot on top!

In the last few days I have been getting random tiny skin colored bumps that itch like crazy! After I itch them there's a tiny little red dot on top!

Hives?: If the spots don't increase, they might be just bug bites. If they keep increasing, then they might be hives, an allergic reaction (of course there could also be multiple bugs causing new bites). Otc creams or gels that contain 1% Hydrocortisone or the skin anesthetic pramoxine can both be helpful (the dr. Can advise on what age range the meds can be used in). The dr. May want to examine the rash. ...Read more

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What could these skin colored bumps on my forehead be?

What could these skin colored bumps on my forehead be?

Several things: This is a problem that necessitates a face-to-face meeting with your doctor. This will allow him/her to examine you, ask specific questions. And possibly order tests to find out what's wrong and what to do to help you. ...Read more

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I have skin colored bumps on my inner bicep. They don't itch and come and go. What could it be?

I have skin colored bumps on my inner bicep. They don't itch and come and go. What could it be?

Several things: It is possible that this is a reaction to something you may be coming into contact with. There are other things possible that could be determined based on what is seen on physical exam. Seeing a dermatologist will help you in this regard. ...Read more

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I have had skin colored bumps on my wrist for about a week. And the itch. What could they be. And what could cause them.

I have had skin colored bumps on my wrist for about a week. And the itch. What could they be. And what could cause them.

Allergic reaction: Itchy bumps on the wrist usually means that you got something on your wrist that you are allergic to.
You are on prednisone. This should help them to go away more quickly. Hydrocotisone 1% cream might help and does not require a prescription. Apply cold water when they are itching and this will usually stop the itchy you may need a prescription cream. Rash usually goes away in 6 on its own. ...Read more

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I have many skin colored bumps all over my face that won't go away, my face looks and feels rough and bumpy. I have a few red marks left behind?

Rough and bumpy: Please have your primary doctor refer you to a skin specialist without much delay!
Hope all goes well - it should be OK. ...Read more

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What are these skin-colored bumps on nose and forehead?

What are these skin-colored bumps on nose and forehead?

Uncertain: This can't be diagnosed with the information that is available. A history, physical examination & other studies may be needed to determine cause/causes. Once accurately assessed a treatment plan can be developed. ...Read more

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What could be the cause of skin colored bumps on my scrotum?

What could be the cause of skin colored bumps on my scrotum?

Sebaceous Cysts: Most likely they are normal sebaceous cysts (also known as epidermal or pilar cysts). The picture is an extreme example, however, you can see that sebaceous cysts tend to be smooth nodules or bumps, while genital warts tend to be irregular, bumpy or flat nodules or bumps.

You should see your doctor to be sure. ...Read more

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