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Doctor insights on: Small, Skin Colored Bumps On The Face

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Dr. Adam Bodian
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Skin Bumps (Definition)

Skin bumps is a symptom in which a person has small bumps on part or all of his skin. Bumps may be due to allergies, eczema, ...Read more


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Small skin color bumps on face that is not acne. What are they and how to get rid of them? No remedy will get rid of them! are they 'oil bumps?'

Small skin color bumps on face that is not acne. What are they and how to get rid of them? No remedy will get rid of them! are they 'oil bumps?'

Many possibilities: When you say "no" remedy, tha's hard to believe. You should consider many things that could cause this - topicals, foods, hormones, etc. So there are many options. Call your doctor so you can get back on track! ...Read more

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What could cause small skin colored bumps on my forehead?

Clogged oil glands: You could have clogged oil glands on your forehead. These cannot be 'squeezed' out. You could also have acne lesions. ...Read more

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It is normal to have small skin-colored bumps on the underside of the shaft of the penis?

Yes: These are enlarged pilosebaceous units. Most men have them when we get our hair, and they are largest when we are teens. ...Read more

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I have these small skin colored bumps on the underside of my penis and testicles --what could they be?

I have these small skin colored bumps on the underside of my penis and testicles --what could they be?

Warts: You could have penile warts (especially if they are increasing in number). This is a sexually transmitted disease and you could give these to your sexual partner. This condition should be diagnosed by a doctor who can also treat the problem. ...Read more

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Can anyone tell me what these small skin colored bumps on the back of my hand are?

Can anyone tell me what these small skin colored bumps on the back of my hand are?

Need to examine: It is not feasible to provide an opinion without looking at the "bumps". If the bumps persist more than a couple of weeks, you should see your doctor. ...Read more

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