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What can I do for tiny red bumps on my arms and legs? They kind of look like a break out

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Dr. Henry Ng
Internal Medicine & Pediatrics
7 doctors agree

In brief: Depends

Red bumps on the skin can represent a number of things including a hypersentitivity reaction or allergy, a skin reaction to a viral infection, medication, or other environmental exposures.
Some skin changes may signifiy a more serious condition. If your skin rash persists, you should see your health care provider to have it evaluated.

In brief: Depends

Red bumps on the skin can represent a number of things including a hypersentitivity reaction or allergy, a skin reaction to a viral infection, medication, or other environmental exposures.
Some skin changes may signifiy a more serious condition. If your skin rash persists, you should see your health care provider to have it evaluated.
Dr. Henry Ng
Dr. Henry Ng
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Dr. Kenneth Smith
Internal Medicine
4 doctors agree

In brief: Skin rash

Very hard to diagnose without both visual and hands on.
You need to see your primary care physician.

In brief: Skin rash

Very hard to diagnose without both visual and hands on.
You need to see your primary care physician.
Dr. Kenneth Smith
Dr. Kenneth Smith
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Dr. David Liu
Internal Medicine & Pediatrics
4 doctors agree

In brief: Many reasons

The spots could be anything from a reaction to a food, medication or soap to an infection or a sign of a more serious condition.
More information is needed, but you should see a healthcare provider if the spots persist.

In brief: Many reasons

The spots could be anything from a reaction to a food, medication or soap to an infection or a sign of a more serious condition.
More information is needed, but you should see a healthcare provider if the spots persist.
Dr. David Liu
Dr. David Liu
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Dr. Ted King
Phlebology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Red Bumps

It is a little hard to say without actually seeing them but it sounds as though they could be something that is often referred to as hemangiomas.
These can often be treated easily by a dermatologist.

In brief: Red Bumps

It is a little hard to say without actually seeing them but it sounds as though they could be something that is often referred to as hemangiomas.
These can often be treated easily by a dermatologist.
Dr. Ted King
Dr. Ted King
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