Might mildly itchy skin colored bumps be symptoms of rabbit allergies?

It's possible. Allergies, regardless of what triggered them, can have a variety of symptoms, including various rashes. But rashes can have a variety of causes. I advise seeing your doctor for diagnosis and treatment.

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I have small itchy skin colored bumps started on may shoulder and neck and spread through the night and next day no allergies and very itchy what coul?

Pityriasis. Sounds like pityriasis rosea. Hard to tell without more descriptons or photos, but often this rash follows skin lines and gives a christmas tree like appearance on the back. Benign - resolves in a few weeks without any residual effect. Read more...

What caused this and hiw do I cure tiny itchy skin colored bumps on neck?

May be viral. Small itchy bumps on the neck could be something called flat warts. These are small skin colored bumps that come from a virus that has no treatment except destruction. See the doctor and have a specific dx made and the doctor may be helpful to remove them. Read more...

Itchy skin colored bumps on my theighs. Been there for a few months. What could it be?

Itchy bumps. There are many causes for itchy skin colored bumps on the thighs. It would be best to see a dermatologist for evaluation of these lesions. They can be viral induced, infiltrative, proliferative as well as many other possibilities. Sometimes a glance will tell the diagnosis, othertimes a biopsy is needed. Read more...
Needs to be checked. You have had these for few months and it is about time you have it examined and diagnosed and treated. Consult your family physician or a dermatologist. Read more...

I've recently developed tiny prickly itchy skin color bumps on my legs, usually on exposed areas. Sometimes also on my elbows and chin. What is it?

Prickly itchy bumps. Could be prickly heat (miliaria) or eczema, rarely psoriasis Cool, wash 2 x a day with soap and water try calomine lotion and try light coat of desitin (zinc oxide diaper cream) (diaper rash ointment) at night Follow up with doctor. Read more...