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Tiny Itchy Bumps On Eyelid
I have these little tiny itchy bumps all on my left eyelid. One doctor said vital infection eye doctor said bug bite its not getting better?
What could small itchy bumps on legs every time I scratch it or even I don't. Few days ago under my eyelid is pale in color. What does it mean?
Red Bumps: Jamille Always very tough to tell what rashes are without seeing them. Best to make appointment with your healthcare provider. if rash is not there at the time, take pictures of it. Can be very helpful With rashes, as a provider, we really need to see and many times touch/feel them to be able to help you. Good luck. ...Read more
Sudden appearance of red itchy rash behind my knee, swelling and spreading. I scratched my eyelid and got four bumps there too so its spreading?
Allergies: Patients with allergies can develop red and itchy skin around the eyes and on the eyelids from allergies. Behind the knees and on the inside part of the elbow too.This skin condition is called allergic dermatitis or allergic eczema. You can use a hypoallergenic cream/lotion: cetaphil or lubriderm and consider contacting your medical doctor about taking allergy pills-such as Claritin (loratadine) or allegra. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have itchy bumps on my eelids at the lashline (upper lids)..I think it's from makeup from a cosmetics store... Is there anything i can put on it?
Warm Compress: It sounds like you have a stye. You can try to goggle 'stye' and see if the pictures look the same as what you have. For treatment, take a washcloth and get it warm with water. Place over your closed eye for 10 minutes or less if it gets cool. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0002004/ will give you more information. Wikipedia has a good article as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ive developed a small red itchy rash on both cornesr of my eyelids. My eyebrows sometimes itch as well. I have VERY sensitive skin, what should I do?
Sounds like eczema: I'd start with hydrocortisone to the affected areas twice a day. You can get the OTC 1% ointment at any pharmacy or market. The key is to apply once after a 10-15 minute shower, and a separate time later in the day. A moisturizer can also help. Vanicream, Eucerin, Cetaphil...these are all good options for a moisturizer. It can go on separately from the medication. This should help! ...Read more
Itchy bumps: Small bumps can occur on the skin for a variety of reasons, but when they are "ichy" it is usually an indication that they are a "reaction" to something - an "allergy". You may be allergic to something that your skin is coming in contact with like a soap or lotion - could also be clothing. Try to find out what is causing the reaction, eliminate it, and see if it gets better. Steroid cream may help. ...Read more