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Warts On Chest
Spotted rash on stomach and some spots on arms the resemble fungas or ringworm...Small spots randomly on areas of stomach and couple on back side?
Pityriasis rosea?: Rashes are difficult to describe in words. A primary care doctor or a dermatologist can examine a peach spots rash to see what it might be. Sometimes rashes are related to viruses, allergies, medications, etc., but many times they are not. For odd rashes, skin biopsy may be done by a dermatologist. One should bring to the doctor a list of all medications used in the month before the rash appeared. ...Read more
Had blisters surrounding mouth and on forearm, not HSV1. Lesions resolved. Weird hickey-like marks (3 on arm In different places, and 4 on stomach). ?
Echymosis : Without seeing a picture of the Hickey - like spots you are describing on your arm and abdominal area , the first thing that comes to mind is bruising . The blisters could have been due to some viral illness . I revommanded seeking medical care to have at least a blood count to check your blood count and your platelets . Stop any NSAID's such as Asprin , Aleve (naproxen) , Inuprophen . Avoid any trauma . ...Read more
Genial warts are : Generally spread sexually. I wouldn't rule it out though i think it's low probability. I cannot answer with certainty, however. ...Read more
Can shingles come on arm/ankle. Only arm rash has feeling like being scratched. only 3 bumps on arm, 2 on ankle. All on left side. See Dr? Vacinat
Unlikely: There are many more likely causes for what you describe: Eczema (Atopic Dermatitis) is common in Winter as are other dry skin issues. Try an OTC cream - ask pharmacist for recommendations - if it gets worse do have an PCP exam - but those locations are not often shingles. Look at online photos and relax. Best! ...Read more
5-6 tiny pinprick bumps on palms & palm side of fingers. Warts, or tiny blisters/callouses? I drove 300mi on Sat... but remember no palm pain.
Dyshidrotic eczema: is the most common cause of this symptom characterized, as you describe, by irritation/inflammation resulting in small pin-head sized blisters which coalesce and lead to peeling and itching. Associated factors include stress, swings in temperature, hands in water or chemicals. Keep moisturized, regulate stress, wear gloves. May need prescription steroid cream from PCP or Dermatologist. Stay well:) ...Read more
Maybe: See your primary care doctor or a dermatologist and then you will know. ...Read more
Various causes: There are several causes for redness on the back of your hands. These include a sun sensitivity due to an internal medication or topical creams, lime juice, or may be related to something going on inside your body. Seek care if this does not clear. ...Read more
Sebaceous Cysts: Look up sebaceous cysts on google image. This is a very common benign issue that is caused by a hair duct getting blocked and oil, old skin cells and such get caught up in the duct. These usually resolve on their own. ...Read more
Puss/blood bumps on front of vagina(not on lips)Can pop them but some stubborn. Shave often.No std never had 1. located on far left side. They come&go?
Folliculitis: This sounds like pubic folliculitis (hair follicle inflammation/infection), a common side effect of pubic area shaing. I doubt any STD, but best to see a doctor for confirmation and advice. Most likely you'll need to stop shaving for a few weeks. If hair control is an important issue for you, a non-shaving method -- i.e. a depilatory cream (like Nair® and many others) may be better. ...Read more