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Red dots all over stomach do not itch or burn?
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Dr. Ally-Khan Somani
Dermatology
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In brief: Petechiae
What you describe sounds like petechiae which is the red pinpoint spots (1-2 mm) that results from intradermal hemorrage (bleeding under the skin) from small vessels in the skin.
The red dots/spots can look like a rash, are usually flat to the touch, and don't blanch or fade when you press on them. Petechiae can be a sign of a number of conditions that can be serious, so please have it checked.

In brief: Petechiae
What you describe sounds like petechiae which is the red pinpoint spots (1-2 mm) that results from intradermal hemorrage (bleeding under the skin) from small vessels in the skin.
The red dots/spots can look like a rash, are usually flat to the touch, and don't blanch or fade when you press on them. Petechiae can be a sign of a number of conditions that can be serious, so please have it checked.
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