Doctor insights on:
Tiny White Bumps On Forearm
I have these tiny bumps that appear on my forearms in groups about 2cm in diameter. They itch a lil every now & then in the summer and i live in TX.
I noticed a very small are on my forearm has little small red bump that don't itch but I don't know where it came from?
It really: Needs to be seen to be diagnosed. But if it's not bothering you you could just watch it and see cause maybe it will just go away ...Read more
Hard bump on forearm? It's hard and if i pick at it possibly small amount of blood will come out it's dark around the edges and pink in the center.
Bump: It is very difficult to know what this represents since i can't see it. If it has been there for any length os time i would go see your physician. ...Read more
2 small soft bumps on my wrist (end of forearm) - when i move wrist 90degrees backwards - ehat could this be?
I have been getting tiny fleshy smooth bumps on my forearms and every time I try to remove them they grow back in the same spot. Please help me?
Dermatology: Se a dermatologist and do NOT try to remove these yourself. Your question requires an examination. ...Read more
Hi. I have a single small red non painful and non itchy bump on my forearm and it have lasted for 2 weeks.
Red bump in forearm: I need more information. For how long you had it?, does id become white to compression? has it grown during the last 6-12 months? Does it bleed to trauma?. There are about 31 causes such as: hemangioma, keratosis pilaris dermatofibromas, cherry angioma, mosquito bites, etc. Laser therapy will get rid of the lesion. First must be inspected by a dermatologist ...Read more
I have small bumps under my skin, mostly on my forearm.They are cyst like and itchy. Could itbe neurofibroma?
Doubt it: If you had neurofibromatosis, you should have been diagnosed at a much younger age. Neurofibromas are characteristically firm, as they are solid nerve tumors, rather than cystic structures. Itching is not a typical symptom of a neurofibroma, rather a symptom reflecting allergy or inflammation. A contact dermatitis or other skin condition sounds more likely. See your pcp or a dermatologist. ...Read more