What could the bumps on my arms and legs be?

Have it evaluated. There are many types and causes of skin rashes. Several types of inflammatory conditions of the skin, allergic reactions, impaired venous circulation, and sometimes bacterial, viral or fungal infections can cause rashes on the skin. Insect bites can also be the cause of a rash on the skin. Have it evaluated by a professional and get the appropriate treatment.

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What could all the tiny bumps over my babies arms and legs be?

Possibly ringworm. Ringworm is very common in kids - by some estimates, up to 1 in 5 have a patch at any given time. The classic ringworm rash starts as a dry, slightly raised, mostly round patch, which may be slightly red. The patch may also be somewhat itchy. As it grows, the center of the patch often clears, leaving a ring-like appearance...More info: http://www.Drgreene.Com/azguide/ringworm. Read more...
Lots of things. Little bumps could represent many things. A reaction to: a detergent used to clean the clothes s/he wears; to a dryer sheet or fabric softener; to a lotion applied to those areas; a final stage in a viral illness coming to the skin.Skin bumps are often diagnosed after a visual inspection, but not always. If it seems to bother the kid it may be worth a visit. Read more...

I have some bumps on my arms and legs, people say it could be calcium deposit but I am not sure and I have gotten 2 new ones in past 2 weeks.?

Unusual. If they are calcium deposits, it would be very unusual and would signify an internal problem. Most bumps on the skin are not calcium deposits. I would start by seeing your primary care physician. If he or she cannot diagnose these bumps, you would need to see a dermatologist and possibly have a biopsy and other tests. Read more...
You need to be seen. It's very difficult to say. This might be folliculitis, or keratosis pilaris, or something else. It's impossible to determine what diagnostic tests you might need, or what treatments might be appropriate without being seen. You should see your dermatologist. Read more...

I have small white/flesh colored bumps on my arms and legs. They itch a lot and they multiply when I scratch. I'll get 3-5 around the original.

Usually skin infecti. White bumps on the skin that cause minor itching or discomfort and spread with itching and scratching usually some are type of inspection. When a person has a skin infection that is spreading especially with the scratching or itching is best to seek medical attention within 24 hours. These type white bumps of the skin are most often caused by a bacterial infection usually staphylococcal or strepto. Read more...
Keratosis. Keratosis pilaris gives skin a goose-flesh or sandpaper-like appearance. Typically patches are skin colored, but they can appear red and inflamed, as shown here't relieve symptoms, get these checked out for a differenitial diagnosis requiring additional management. Read more...

I started having hair bumps on my arms and legs two years ago. I exfoliate regulary but it just smothes out leaving dark spots. Ps: I epilate my hair.?

From inflammation. Some people's skin react to inflammation (skin irritation or trauma, leading to a healing reaction) due to shaving, scratching, rashes, meds, sunburns, etc..., with a healing reaction that produces more melanin in the skin. Melanin is the pigment. A dermatologist may offer suggestions. Sometimes, using Hydrocortisone cream 2 days before through 4 days afterwards, can decrease inflammation. Read more...
burn hyper pigment. When one uses an exfoliating agent, a chemical is in effect burning away the hair follicles. Skin can become hyper pigmented after this treatment and more so if there is exposure to the sun for 6 months. As a result the patient trades loss of hair for pigmented areas. It would be best to use a sunscreen of spy 15 or greater for six months while doing the exfoliation. Read more...

Why would it be that after go in the sun I get these little tiny bumps that itch on my arms and legs?

Photosensitivity. What you describe may be a skin rash known as polymorphous light eruption (pmle).  this is an itchy rash caused by sun exposure in people who have become sensitive to sunlight (photosensitivity). The rash usually appears as red, tiny bumps or slightly raised patches of skin. The best thing to do is to see a dermatologist for evaluation. Treatment is usually only needed in severe cases. Read more...
Sun rash. There are several photoallergic rashes. Some related to medication, some seasonal that become better as the skin becomes more accustomed to the sun, and some related to pregnancy and others related to diseases such as liver disease, porphyria, etc. See a dermatologist. Read more...