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Small Bumps On Stomach And Back
I have a large, ringworm type patch on my neck. I have been using anti-fungal cream hasn't worked. I also have smaller bumps on my stomach and back area?
I have small red bumps on my stomach and back and only on my left arm. Everyday it seems to be getting worse I have had these bumps for the past 3days?
Not sure: Soinds like may be eczema from dry skin-would get a dermatologist to check out to make sure. ...Read more
Folliculitis: Hair root infection common. Flea, allergy to lotion etc possible..........See pmd. ...Read more
I have these small red bumps/bites on my stomach, back, and side arranged in a triangle formation they are swollen and feels like glass when touched?
Or insect bite
Did you get exposed to Poison Oak or Ivy? Did you have Insect Bite? Is it only one one side of the mid line and painful?
Get examined by the doctor. ...Read more
My son is 8 years old, is covered in small, red bumps all over his stomach, back, chest and arms. They don't itch and he has no other symptoms.
Evaluation: You should take him to his doctor to be evaluated and find the cause so be treated. ...Read more
See below: Without being able to see the bumps, it is hard to say. If they look like pustules, or are oozing, get seen for a possible bacterial skin infection. If not pustules and the white dots feel hard and are around hair follicles, it may be keratosis pilaris (a mild form of eczema) and treatment with exfoliating age to no steroid creams may help. See you doc for this. ...Read more
I have this small red non itchy bumps on my stomach and three on my back. It started on my chest and progressed. What is it?
Dermatitis?: Small red bumps could be dermatitis (skin irritation allergy) or infectious lesions (like viral zoster). The presentation is so widely variable that the only way to properly diagnose you is to see your physician. Your physician will want to know how long these 'bumps' have been present, if you changed soap or detergent recently, what improves it, and seen these bumps before? See your physician. ...Read more
I have these small red patches with bumps in them all over my body. My stomach and lower back were really red and I also have bumps in my groin area.?
Body rash: Likely pityriasis roasea which will go away on own in 6-8 weeks or eczema/psoriasis, bacterial or fungal, tinea vesicolor or related to allergy- medications (if on any) or food -like celiac, can also be bites like scabies usually are linear pattern, rarely can be thyroid, or liver /kidney condition, autoimmune process. Would check CBC, thyroid, ESR. F/u w/urgent care or doc over next 1-3 d ...Read more
My son has red bumps on the right side of his stomach, they are itchy, and it seems that there are red small spots on his back, not sure of what it is?
Not sure: This rash would likely need to be examined and more history obtained to be able to provide you with useful input about the diagnosis or possible treatment. ...Read more
My 20 month old is scratching her back and stomach. It looks like she has small red bumps that go away, but she sometimes leaves scratch marks on her?
Fabric or irritant: She is having something that is irritating and inflaming her skin. Could be fabrics and detergent, or grass and pollen if she's been outside. Cool compresses, vaseline, and baking soda/ aveeno (oatmeal) baths are very soothing. Hydrocortisone cream can help with the itching also. If it doesn't resolve discuss it with your doctor. ...Read more
I have these small red random itchy bumps that look like bites on my stomach, shoulders, backs and arms what can they be?
Many: If these have been present for more than a few weeks or are getting worse, consult a dermatologist. Skin rash usually requires a direct examination for diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
Can I use dovobet for small pimple like bumps all over my abdomen chest and back? I have had follicle problems, and body acne it looks similar to both
Not a good idea:
It is not a good idea without knowing exactly what you are treating. Devobet is a combination local ointment used for psoriasis and it contains Dexamethasone a strong steroid which may make your rash worse
i will suggest you consult your family doctor or a dermatologist for appropriate diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
3 mo old has rash all over stomach and back. Does not disturb infant. Is not red, just small bumps that cover back and stomach.
I have small red itchy bumps which have spread all over my stomach, back, thighs, and butt. Also may have a possible ringworm, is this an infection?
27/female, had cluster of small red bumps behind ear 2 weeks ago, cleared up in 5 days but now same bumps came back on chest, back and stomach. Help!?
Need an exam: You need to be examined by a physician to have a diagnosis. There are too many unknowns for anyone to tell you what this is on here. ...Read more
I have non-itchy red bumps on my side and hip. They are starting to scatter towards my back and stomach. They are small and almost resemble pimples.
Check it out: See your doc or dermatologist for answers. ...Read more
I have itchy rashes on arms, thigh, stomach and back. It's small bumps and when scratched (i think), turn into a "patch of wrinkled skin". What is its treatment?
Uncertain.: You need to see a dermatologist for proper diagnosis and treatment. ...Read more
I woke up with itchy small bumps on stomach, chest and neck. But my boyfriend did not. It's winter and cold. If it's not bed bugs then what is it?
Rash: This must be seen to be diagnosed. Visit your doctor's office and let them have a look. ...Read more
There is a small, round, light green/blue, hard bump under my skin about 3mm in diameter on my abdomen. Should I be worried?
There are a number skin conditions that cause lumps and bumps to appear on the surface or just below the skin. Some of the most common ones include the following:
venous lake. ...Read more
Small recurring itchy fluid filled lil bumps. Only happens on right or left side of abdomen. Itchy first few days. Takes a few weeks to disappear.
Contact dermatitis: Be your own detective. To find what contacts that part of the body. ...Read more
Many possibilities: Some causes of “raised bumps” may include soft tissue masses, ganglions, fibromas, and cysts. Have the area evaluated by a professional to get the right diagnosis. ...Read more
I have notice tiny red dots on my stomach. They don't itch and not bumps they are small. If I itch it the dot makes a bump.
Well don't: Scratch the board go in to the doc to have it properly diagnosed and treated. It really needs eyes to see it and the written word can't do that ...Read more
I have these bumps on my stomach, barely realised and slightly red. They sometimes itch and they are spreadig to my side and back.
Grover's Disease: Grover's Disease (Transient Acantholytic Dermatosis) is a very common cause of (usually) mild red, slightly itchy bumps on the torso that are chronic. Heat/Sweat make worse. Topical steroids can help if very itchy. More common in men over 50, but can be seen in women and younger ages. Dermatologist is recommended as your description is not specific to this condition only ...Read more
I have these, used to be bumps, but now kind of dry looking patches on stomach and a few on my sides and a few that progressed to my lower back. I'm 16?
Pityriasis: What you are describing sounds like pityriasis rosea. It is not serious nor contagious. The cause of pityriasis has yet to be uncovered although some believe it is viral. The rash from pityriasis usually lasts about 6-8 weeks and goes away without treatment. If it is itchy you can try OTC Benadryl (diphenhydramine). Avoid hot showers, they can make the rash worse. See your doctor for confirmation. Good luck. ...Read more
I noticed a bunch of bumps on my stomach and back, they began to spread all over my body. They don't itch or hurt. I have no idea what it can be.?
Dermatologist: This may be Pityriasis rosea. It presents as a herald patch and then spreads out to back, chest and sometimes other parts of body. But as with any rash, you have to rule out other causes (medication/drug related rash, eczema, and other viral-related rashes). You should see a dermatologist to get an accurate diagnosis. ...Read more
Red bumps: If you mean tiny red bumps that are permanent, they may be harmless cherry hemangiomas which are blood vessel growths that run in families. They can be removed but there is no reason to do so. If you mean a rash that just came on suddenly, it could be many things such as folliculitis which is an infection or irritation of hair follicles openings. ...Read more
See doctor: And have it checked and diagnosed then it can be treated. ...Read more