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6m old sometimes gags when eating, then gets red blotches only on temples. Spots gone in 10 minutes. No other symptoms. Why do spots show up? Allergy?

6m old sometimes gags when eating, then gets red blotches only on temples. Spots gone in 10 minutes. No other symptoms. Why do spots show up? Allergy?

May be allergy: some food can cause local reactions, egg white protein, cow's milk protein. you might try eliminating foods to see if this helps, may need to keep a food diary of what your child eats. ...Read more

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I hit my temple about a week ago. After that I was fine but since then when I move my head the spot hurts a little. No other symptoms. I'm worried?

I hit my temple about a week ago. After that I was fine but since then when I move my head the spot hurts a little.  No other symptoms.  I'm worried?

Not To Worry: Don't worry. That's a sensitive spot and the soreness can last a while. If there was anything really serious, it would have shown-up by now, especially in your age group. If you develop a serious headache or nausea then maybe you should let a doctor know, but the likelihood of that happening is really low. If you bump that same area again, it'll really hurt, so be careful. ...Read more

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My friend has a white spots on his skin! are those symptoms of cancer ?

My friend has a white spots on his skin! are those symptoms of cancer ?

Probably not: Thanks for asking and glad your care. You and your friend can read up on tinea versicolor (photo folks), vitiligo, and guttate hypomelanosis. Most people with white spots have one of these three. Treating vitiligo and guttate hypomelanosis is very difficult, treating tinea versicolor is very easy if desired, and most people don't care about spots one way or the other. ...Read more

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White spots on throat no other symptoms?

White spots on throat no other symptoms?

Spots on throat: It could be tonsil stones, yeast infections, cysts, growths or infections. See an ENT specialist. ...Read more

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My upper lip is swollen on both sides near the corners. When I look closely there are barely visible tiny white spots. 3 days w. symptoms.

My upper lip is swollen on both sides near the corners. When I look closely there are barely visible tiny white spots. 3 days w. symptoms.

Cheilitis: Cheilitis is the label applied to inflammation of the lips. When it occurs in the corners/angles of the mouth it is called angular cheilitis or angular stomatitis. It is fairly common. Nutritional (iron/B vitamins/folic acid) deficiencies are thought to be causes, as is allergy (contact with something irritating), & infection (yeast, staph, strep). I might suspect infection with the white spots. ...Read more

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I am congested and found white spots on my tonsils, have green and yellow snot but don't have any other symptoms of being sick. No pain or swelling.

I am congested and found white spots on my tonsils, have green and yellow snot but don't have any other symptoms of being sick. No pain or swelling.

Tonsil stones: Aka tonsilliths are calcified materials that form in the crevices of the tonsils, composed mainly of calcium, some phosphorus and ammonia(hence the odor--halitosis). The true cause of this nuisance is unknown, but it is often considered harmless. Simple removal with a currette or oral irrigation is often adequate to get rid of them. If u r concerned/bothered by it, consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more

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White spots on mri, lumbar puncture negative no ms.Still have weak shaky episodes that come and go.Neuro suggested pots, can it cause these symptoms?

White spots on mri, lumbar puncture negative no ms.Still have weak shaky episodes that come and go.Neuro suggested pots, can it cause these symptoms?

Nonspecific: Your MRI lesions are possibly related to migraine, smoking, prior head injuries, and many other relatively benign events. If there is consideration for a vascular process causing your symptoms, get your internist involved, and perhaps even see a cardiologist. ...Read more