What are red bumps on my stomach that are painful and seem to be spreading?

Painful Bumps . Without seeing the bumps it is difficult to make a diagnosis. Painful bumps can be shingles, a bacterial infection, a fungal infection, or other. See your dermatologist for a diagnosis and treatment.
Cant tell. Red bumps on stomach amy be insect bites.An infection or many other conditions.If they are painful and spreading see a dermatologist for proper treatment.

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