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Small Itchy Bumps All Over Body Not Red
No, not smallpox: Small pox has been eradicated, meaning it no longer exists in our daily lives. Rashes are difficult to describe in words. A primary care doctor or a dermatologist can examine a red spots rash to see what it might be. Sometimes rashes are related to medications, viral infections, or allergies. One should bring to the doctor a list of all medications used in the month before the rash appeared. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Large, pink, scaly patch followed by small red scaly patches all over thighs, arms, and body that itch pretty bad. Help!
Uncertain: These lesions 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
Can scabies appear in very small, itchy, colorless (skin color) bumps with no puss, all over the body?
Started with one bump now it's all over my arms and legs.
Med eval: This is one that would do best with visualization of the lesions. Recommend seeing your family doctor or a dermatologist. ...Read more
Itching is a problem: The most common reason for general itching is dry skin, especially in the winter. If the non-red bumps are on the upper outer arms, this could be keratosis pilaris. If generalized itching is persistent or worsening without dry skin, then see your physician for a thorough evaluation as some liver and kidney issues are possibilities. ...Read more
Stella has all these little bites or small raised bumps all over her body. They don't seem to itch.
This rash would : need to visualized (with a medical history) to provide you with a diagnosis and treatment plan. ...Read more
Hives: Hives can be an allergic reaction to food or medications. It is important to be evaluated by a physician to eliminate any potential causes and to be recommended appropriate oral antihistamines. Occasionally, oral steroids may be needed as well. If the hand blisters are on the palm, it could represent a severe allergic reaction known as erythema muliforme. You should see a physician quickly. ...Read more
?allergy: Any itching skin rash makes me suspect of an allergic reaction to either a medication(have you started taking any new pills recently?) or contact dermatitis which is allergy to any local skin applications like,sprays or skin creams/scents. Take Benadryl (diphenhydramine) for the time being, it might help and it is available over the counter. If the reaction is severe or does not settle down then you should see doct ...Read more
Petechiae: What you describe sounds like petechiae which is the red pinpoint spots (1-2 mm) that results from intradermal hemorrage (bleeding under the skin) from small vessels in the skin. The red dots/spots can look like a rash, are usually flat to the touch, and don't blanch or fade when you press on them. Petechiae can be a sign of a number of conditions that can be serious, so please have it checked. ...Read more
Could Be Anything: With out an exam, it is hard to say from your description. If they have always been there and not changed, then may be small hemangiomas (blood vessels). If they are recent, they could be anything from things similar to pimples, bug bites, fungal infections (ringworm or tinea versicolor), to different types of moles or growths. Have it evaluated at your next doctor visit. Sooner, if changing. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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