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Sore Red Bumps On Legs
Been on low dose antibiotic for a year to prevent UTI. Suddenly develop red bumps on legs that keep appearing and now woke up and bottom of feet are very sore and hurt, Is this a drug reaction?
Red bumps is a symptom in which a person has a rash of raised spots on the skin, and the spots are redder than the normal skin. Redness is usually caused by increased blood (red colored) in the reddened area. Increased blood flow can be due to allergies, infection, hormonal changes, ...Read more
About a month or 2 ago my legs and ankles started swelling, red bumps, very sore and a week ago started oozing clear fluid?
Red bumps on arms, legs for ~3 yrs. Had biopsy, can't id, mybe allrgy, dr not sure. Scratch = open sore over time. Got in afghanistan. Bumps last for months. Very itchy! allrgy meds & creams don't help.
I have horrible sore throat - feels like a lump in back of throat when i swallow. Mouth is extremely dry. Rash on one leg with raised red bumps, itch?
I have road rash on my left thigh from a bike accident that is 2 weeks old. I've recently developed a red bumps all along my leg. The road rash is red and tender to the touch. Should i be concerned?
Time for an eval: Any time you have an injury that is not getting better as you would expect, or is getting worse with increasing pain or redness, foul discharge, etc. You should see a physician for an evaluation. You don't want a minor and easily treatable infection to turn into something much more serious or potentially life threatening. Go get it looked at to make sure it is nothing serious. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Small and tender red bumps appeared overnight on mid-upper arm&back of legs. Under the skin, raised&slightly painful. What could b causes & treatment?
Bumpy rashes on legs: Rashes can be difficult to diagnosis, even by a skilled dermatologist looking at the rash in person. With just a description i cannot answer your question. There are many causes of rashes in these areas, such as a contact allergy, irritation, chafing, fungus, scabies, etc. I recommend you make an appointment with a board certified dermatologist so she/he can examine you and make a diagnosis. ...Read more