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I have red small dots on my hands, palm, and my body. It looks like they filled with blood. They don't itch but it is rough to the touch. What is it?

I have red small dots on my hands, palm, and my body. It looks like they filled with blood. They don't itch but it is rough to the touch. What is it?

Skin lesions: These lesions could be cherry hemangiomas. These could be benign. But its recommended to see a skin specialist to get evaluated for possibility of skin cancers. ...Read more

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Small red pinpoint sized dots on arms and hands, only abiut 5?

Small red pinpoint sized dots on arms and hands, only abiut 5?

Capillaries: If these are flat,nonitchy,permanent they may be benign tiny dilatations of skin capillaries called hemangiomas. Your physician can confirm this. ...Read more

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Red dots turn into small blisters in palms of hands.They itch, break open and are painful. Las vegas?

Red dots turn into small blisters in palms of hands.They itch, break open and are painful. Las vegas?

Dyshidrosis: This is most likely a condition called dyshidrosis (or pompholyx), consisting of little blisters that often open up eventually (especially if picked at). The blisters are caused by blocked sweat glands, and they often itch like crazy. Your dermatologist can prescribe a cream or foam for this, or an oral medication may be necessary. ...Read more

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I have a few red, itchy, and small dots on my hands. But it's on top of on of my veins (right hand).

I have a few red, itchy, and small dots on my hands. But it's on top of on of my veins (right hand).

Rash: it is impossible to tell what kind of rash this is I would try and over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream and see if that helps ...Read more

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Hi, I have these itchy, small, red dots on one of my veins. There's just three dots but really itchy. ( On my right hand)?

Hi, I have these itchy, small, red dots on one of my veins. There's just three dots but really itchy. ( On my right hand)?

Hard to tell: Try topical hydrocortisone cream. If the problem keeps on returning, then will need to consider the presence of a contact dermatitis. It is impossible at this time to make a diagnosis however based on the brief description. ...Read more