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Doctor insights on: Tiny White Bumps On Lower Leg

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Small bumps on my lower leg and lower arms mostly. Does this sound like eczema?

Small bumps on my lower leg and lower arms mostly. Does this sound like eczema?

Dermatitis: Could be eczema, or a host of other derm issues such as new laundry detergent, new sheets, food allergy, viral exanthem (if reddened). Are they itchy? ...Read more

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Rash. Lower leg. Started as small knot under the skin/ turned into 3 pinkish bumps. Itches. Haven't scratched. Now 6 inch area. Skin looks very burned?

Rash. Lower leg. Started as small knot under the skin/ turned into 3 pinkish bumps. Itches. Haven't scratched. Now 6 inch area. Skin looks very burned?

Rash: This may have been an insect bite with an allergic response or an area of contact dermatitis from something that touched your skin. Apply cortisone cream, but if redness spreads and burning persists, an infection of the skin(cellulitis) may be present and requires antibiotic treatment(pills and cream). Your physician will advise you. ...Read more

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Bumps appeared on outer thighs and lower leg ! what could this be :(?

Bumps appeared on outer thighs  and lower leg ! what could this be :(?

More info: Did these appear suddenly all at once? Are they itchy? Are they red? If so they could be hives or insect bites. Are they painful nodules? Hives will clear in a day but reappear elsewhere. A physician will have to diagnose them unless allergy medications clear them rapidly. ...Read more

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Should you be able to feel bumps on your lower leg bone?

Should you be able to feel bumps on your lower leg bone?

Depends on location: Some parts of the lower leg are easily felt through the skin. If one side is different from the other or you have any pain or discomfort, have it evaluated. ...Read more

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I have a bump on my upper lower leg just above the bone and its tender?

I have a bump on my upper lower leg just above the bone and its tender?

Knee pain?: Hi DJose, if I understand your description, and the pain is just below the knee cap, it could be patellar tendonitis ( runners knee). Rest is imperative as well as anti inflammatories. When the pain and swelling improve, there are some physical therapy exercises you can do. First, see your doctor. if he confirms, then there are some exercises that can decrease the chances of chronic pain. ...Read more