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Most of the times when I scratch myself or I just pluck my eyebrows, my skin gets red bumps & itches?

Local mast cell. Local tissues release gets exposed to blood produces which is irritating to tissue. Which responds with histamine and swells with itching. Try vit e oil or black current seed oil locally let me know if this helped. Read more...
Sensitive skin. Your description sounds like sensitive skin but could be a sign of atopy or allergic reaction. Try using topical skin lotion and anti-inflammatory creme (such as Hydrocortisone 1%). If no improvement, see a dermatologist. Read more...

Red raised bump, is more of a one inch line one my arm. It did have a small hard head to it but went away. Main bump still there, itches and stings?

Bump on skin. May be infection1 inch is large Does it hurt/ becuase it may need to be opened and pus removed and antibiotics given. Alternatively could be allergic reaction to bug/environment but at 1 inch would still give antibiotics .would go to urgent care /doctor and have it checked out. today. Read more...
Bug bite. sounds like a bug bite with residual inflammation. Try applying hydrocortisone ointment twice a day for several days and see if it goes away. If not away in 1 week. see pcp. Read more...

I contracted herpes hsv 1 from a sexworker 17 years back. After the sex I develop small bumps one head of the penis which itches. For last two years?

Here are some... Current small bumps on glans penis are less likely related with HSV-I contracted 17 yrs ago. Instead, go to let urologist take a look to see if what you have is related with long foreskin. If yes, good topical hygiene with possible later circumcision may be required. To have the needed healthcare things done correctly, follow instructions in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Read more...
Details matter. Hsv 1 on face??? or genital? How do you know the source? Was it cultured? Treated? Now you have something else not related to hsv. A clue is "after the sex"........what kind of sex? Condom? Lubricant or other material used by either participant? Since it appears only after sex it is not related to foreskin. Consider an irritation or allergy related to something used during sex or used by another p. Read more...